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Employment-Based Immigrant Visas

Northern Illinois Employment-Based Immigration Visas Attorney

Northern Illinois Employment- Based Immigration Visas Attorney

Many job opportunities exist for entrepreneurs and skilled workers who wish to expand their employment options in the United States by applying for employment-based immigration visas. Since there are a variety of options available and different types of work-related visas, it's important you speak with an experienced Schaumburg immigration attorney who can help you avoid costly mistakes and delays in your application.

At the Law Offices of Angela L. Kwan, we represent clients throughout northern Illinois, in the cities of Palatine, Rolling Meadows, Elk Grove, and Crystal Lake to name a few, for a variety of employment-based immigration concerns. Our attorneys have dedicated more than a decade to helping foreign citizens from all over the world have the chance to live and work productively in the United States of America.

Contact the Law Offices of Angela L. Kwan, in Schaumburg for an initial consultation regarding any employment-based immigration issues. We are available to offer you comprehensive and compassionate legal guidance to help you achieve your professional goals. Call 847-805-9410 to speak with our knowledgeable attorneys today.

Employment-Based Immigration Lawyers Giving You Options

We understand how frustrating any immigration related matter can be, especially when it involves your ability to make a living. Our immigration attorneys can help you obtain the appropriate employment-based visas. According to the U.S. immigration laws, there are five different categories:

  • EB1: People with extraordinary talents and abilities in an area of expertise, such as athletes, performing artists, acclaimed professors, scientists, managers, and executives.
  • EB2: Professionals with advanced degrees and exceptional abilities in the fields of science, art, or business must have a job offer and labor certification by a U.S. employer, which can be waived in qualifying cases.
  • EB3: Prospective employers must have a labor certification and file an Immigration Petition for Alien Worker, Form I-140, approved in order to sponsor third preference employment-based applicants. These include skilled workers; professionals with at least a baccalaureate degree from a college or university in the U.S. or foreign equivalent; or workers who have at least two years of training or experience, or unskilled workers, also known as other workers, that require no training or experience.
  • EB4: People in the clergy performing religious work, or certain government related employees, may obtain this type of employment-based visa.
  • EB5: Immigrant investors may apply for a fifth preference employment-based visa if they have at least one million dollars, or $500,000 in economically disadvantaged areas, to invest in U.S. commercial business markets.

Contact Our Attorneys Today

Contact the Law Offices of Angela L. Kwan in Schaumburg, Illinois to help you better understand your work-related immigrant visa options and the correct forms required to successfully gain employment in the U.S. Call 847-805-9410 for an initial consultation.

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