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If you have exceptional talent, i.e. recognized expertise on national and even international level, in the field of science, art, education, business or sport you may qualify for the green card to all your talents in America.
A National Interest Waiver (NIW) may be filed by persons classified as employment-based second preference. The beneficiary of a NIW is exempt from the requirement that his or her employer first obtain a labor certification (commonly known as PERM) from the Department of Labor. Moreover, a job offer is not required, thereby allowing the intending immigrant to self-petition.
The L-1 visa is a temporary, non-immigrant visa which allows qualified overseas companies to relocate foreign qualified employees to its U.S. parent, branch, affiliate, or subsidiary of that company. There are several different types of L1 visas.
A foreign national can obtain permanent residence status (Green Card) in the United States pursuant to the Department of Labor approving an Application for Permanent Employment Certification (PERM) and the USCIS subsequently approving the Immigrant Petition for Alien Worker filed by the employer on behalf of the foreign national, as well as successful filing of the last step, Adjustment of Status.
E-1 visas are issued to foreign nationals who wish to enter the United States in order to engage in a “substantial trade” between their country of origin and the United States. The trade refers to the international exchange of goods, services, money, and technology.
E-2 visas permit foreign nationals to enter the United States in order to direct and develop a commercial enterprise or business in which they have invested or are in the process of investing, a substantial amount of money or capital. An investor can also buy an existing business or create a new business in the U.S.
The O visa category is for individuals of Extraordinary Ability in the sciences, education, business, arts or athletics and individuals of extraordinary achievement in the motion picture and television industries.
The Visitor Visa is a nonimmigrant visa for persons wishing to enter the U.S. temporarily for business in the category B1 or for pleasure or medical treatment in the category B2.
P-1 visas are available to athletes or athletic teams that have been internationally recognized as outstanding for a long and continuous period of time.
P-2 visas are available to artists or entertainers, either individually or as part of a group, who come to the U.S. to perform under a reciprocal exchange program between the U.S. and one or more other countries.
P-3 visas are available to artists or entertainers who come to the U.S., either individually or as part of a group, to develop, interpret, represent, teach, or coach in a program that is considered culturally unique.
EB-1 EB-2 EB-3 Visas
The two principal avenues by which people abroad immigrate to the U.S. is through the employment-based (EB-1, EB-2, and EB-3) and the family-based categories. The employment-based category is divided into several subcategories.