EB2 (Second Preference)
Professionals Holding Advanced Degrees and Persons of Exceptional Ability
The majority of applicants have a master's degree or higher or a bachelor's degree plus five years or more of work experience, but they often have difficulty obtaining recognition for their overseas experience.
National Interest Waivers (NIWs), similar to EB1, also fall under EB2, so they follow the EB2 quota system.
(However, in this case, the sponsor and LC are omitted as in EB1)
Nurses (RNs) and physical therapists belonging to Schedule A classified as tribal occupations in the United States are based on their educational background and experience.
Again, it is classified as EB2 or EB3 and follows the quota system,
and the work permit (LC) process can be omitted.
This requires passing the more demanding *VISA SCREEN*.
EB3 (Third Preference)
Skilled Workers, Professionals, and Unskilled Workers (Other Workers)
They are categorised as professional, skilled, and unskilled. The skilled category requires a job-related bachelor's degree, and the unqualified category does not require a specific degree.
EB4 (Fourth Preference)
Certain Special Immigrants
A member of a licensed non-profit religious organization, etc.
EB5 (Fifth Preference )
Immigrant Investor visa categories are for capital investment by foreign investors in new commercial enterprises in the United States which provide job creation
The original investment requirement was more than 500,000 dollars, but it was changed in November 19 and is now more than 900,000 dollars.
It is divided into 4 categories: C5, T5, R5, I5.
Note: This does not mean, 'The higher the ranking, the quicker the process.
Each procedure has its own timeframe.