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Alexandria EB-1 Visa Lawyer

Extraordinary Ability Visa Attorney

An EB-1 visa is for immigrants with special or unique professional skills and experience. These visas are also known as Priority Worker visas and apply to employees in the following categories:

  • Extraordinary ability: You must be able to demonstrate extraordinary ability and international recognition in the sciences, arts, education, business, or athletics. If you can demonstrate this level of extraordinary ability through extensive documentation and supporting evidence, you will not need a job offer to immigrate to the U.S. Even though a job offer is not required, you will be required to show that you intend to pursue work in the U.S. in your area of expertise.
  • Outstanding professor or researcher: Universities and research organizations may seek this visa for employees to whom they have offered tenure track teaching or senior researcher positions. This category requires an offer of employment and the professor or researcher must have three years of experience in teaching or research in the academic area and must be recognized internationally as outstanding in a specific academic areas.
  • Multinational manager or executive: Immigrants in this category must have been employed as managers or executives outside the U.S. by a company that is now seeking to bring them to serve in a similar capacity in the U.S. at a related subsidiary or affiliate of the foreign company.

Our experienced Alexandria EB-1 visa attorney will explain precisely what you need to do to obtain an EB-1 visa for yourself or to help your employee obtain one.

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