Green Cards for Individuals of Extraordinary Ability
Law Offices of Ilya Fishkin, P.C. offers an extensive expertise in the employment-based immigration arena. We have helped thousands of clients obtain their permanent residency in the United States by delivering efficient, step-by-step guidance through complex immigration procedures. Our proessional track record includes collaboration with leading, multi-million U.S. organizations and smaller businesses seeking to obtain permanent labor certifications/PERMs for their talented and skillful employees from foreign countries.
Our areas of expertise include all five employment-based immigration preference categories:
- Priority workers, with extraordinary ability in the sciences, arts, education, business or athletics whose achievements have been widely recognized on the international level;
- Multinational executives and managers accepting a job offer in the executive/managerial capacity with a U.S. branch, affiliate or subsidiary of a foreign parent company where the foreign national has worked as an executive/manager for at least one consecutive year within the past three years;
- Professors and researchers with a minimum of three years of professional experience and an international reputation for being outstanding in a particular academic field;
EB-2 – employment second preference: suitable for professionals with advanced degrees or workers of exceptional ability who have received a job offer from a U.S. employer who have obtained a U.S. Department of Labor Certification indicating that the company couldn’t find a U.S. worker who meets job requirements and qualifications;
EB-3 – employment third preference: suitable for professionals, skilled and unskilled workers who have received a permanent, full-time job offer from a U.S. employer. The employing organization must obtain a U.S. Department of Labor Certification verifying that the it couldn’t find a U.S. worker who meets job requirements and qualifications;
EB-4 – employment fourth preference: developed specifically for religious workers and various miscellaneous categories of workers, including former employees of the U.S. government and international organizations, also called special immigrants;
EB-5 – employment fifth preference: suitable for foreign nationals willing to invest funds in the U.S. business that will create and maintain at least 10 full time jobs.