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Employment-Based Immigration

One way to qualify for a green card is through a permanent job or offer of employment in the US. There are 5 different preference categories of employment-based immigrant visas available. The classifications are defined by both the type of job and the prospective immigrant’s education and experience. Approximately 140,000 employment-based visas are available each fiscal year.

Employment-Based Immigrant Visa Categories

EB-1:Priority workers including persons of extraordinary ability, outstanding professors and researchers, and executives and managers of multinational organizations

EB-2:Members of professions who hold advanced degrees or persons of exceptional ability

EB-3:Professionals, skilled and other workers

EB-4:Special immigrants, including religious workers

EB-5:Persons who invest significant funds in the US and create at least 10 jobs for US workers