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Permanent Residence

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U.S. Permanent Residence (Green Card) may be obtained through a variety of employment-based (EB) immigration options. Most categories require the sponsorship of a U.S. employer, and in limited situations, the applicant may self-petition/self-sponsor based upon abilities, credentials, and other qualifications. Self-sponsorship is available in the EB1A (Extraordinary Ability) and EB2 (National Interest Waiver – NIW) categories. Employment-based applications require the filing of a petition with USCIS followed by an adjustment of status application or final processing at the U.S. Consulate abroad.

Employment-Based (EB) Permanent Residence Categories

  • EB1 Green Card Classifications

    • EB1-A Extraordinary Ability (Self-Sponsorship permitted)

    • EB1-B Outstanding Professors & Researchers (U.S. Employer required)

    • EB1-C Multinational Executives or Managers (U.S. Employer required)

  • EB2 Green Card Classifications

    • EB2-NIW National Interest Waiver (Self-Sponsorship permitted)

    • EB2-PERM (U.S. Employer required)

  • EB3 Green Card Classification

    • EB3-PERM (U.S. Employer required)

How We Can assist You?

  • At Fraser Immigration Law, PLLC, Shaune D. Fraser, Esq. provides outside of the box, creative strategies to clients seeking permanent residence in the United States. His customized strategies incorporate geographic and industry-specific knowledge, allowing clients to realize their professional aspirations in a swift and efficient manner. Depending on the qualifications of a client, petitions can be submitted in more than one employment-based, U.S. permanent residency category.