Information from a Trusted Houston Immigration Lawyer
The EB-2 visa is an employment visa reserved for non-citizens who hold
an advanced degree or can demonstrate significant expertise in a certain
area. These visas grant permanent residency while allowing the individual
to use their skills in a professional position here in the U.S. If you
are interested in obtaining one of these visas or are dealing with a complication
with your EB-2 status, it is advised that you speak with skilled, capable counsel.
Toppins Law Firm, P.C., our legal team has more than 40 years of collective experience in business
and immigration law matters. We are well-versed in the challenges non-citizen
professionals face when trying to secure legal status in America and what
needs to be done to be done to ensure that they are granted that status
as swiftly and efficiently as possible.
Our dedicated Houston immigration law attorney is ready to help you meet
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EB-2 Eligibility Requirements
Because the EB-2t visa was meant to apply to individuals with advanced
degrees and capabilities, there are a number of different requirements
necessary for a non-citizen to be granted this status. These criteria
is based on proving to the USCIS that the applicant's expertise is
relevant to their prospective U.S. employment and that they will be using
those skills while working here.
Criteria for an EB-2 visa include:
- Holding an advanced degree
- Demonstrating exceptional ability
- Holding a National Interest Waiver
"Demonstrating exceptional ability" and "holding a National
Interest Waiver" have their own subset of requirements. These can
include having the appropriate academic records, professional licenses,
letters proving at least a decade of professional experience, and other
documentation. No matter what your circumstances might be, our firm is
ready to assess your professional and academic records and ensure that
your EB-2 application is both thorough and compelling.
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