U.S. immigration law offers a pathway to permanent residence for skilled workers and professionals. The EB-3 visa is a vital resource for businesses seeking to expand their workforce for positions that could not readily be filled by qualified American workers.
Three types of workers may be eligible for EB-3 visas:
- Skilled workers with at least two years of training or work experience
- Professionals in certain fields with at least a bachelor’s degree (or equivalent degree)
- Unskilled workers seeking positions for which no qualified U.S. workers are available
Applicants must have a permanent job offer, and the sponsoring employer must successfully complete the arduous labor certification (PERM) process through the U.S. Department of Labor to establish that no qualified U.S. workers are available to fill the position.
Why Strategic Legal Guidance Is Critical For Success
The backlog for some types of EB-3 visas can be lengthy. However, certain circumstances — such as recognized labor shortages — can hasten the process. The strategic considerations that lurk behind employment-based immigration must be fully analyzed and weighed to minimize delays and maximize changes of approval.
At Igbanugo Partners Int’l Law Firm, PLLC, our legal team provides knowledgeable and strategic guidance for both businesses and individuals seeking to pursue employment-based immigration. Our attorneys apply decades of collective experience to analyze risks and identify opportunities. With an outstanding success rate under our belt, Igbanugo Partners has earned widespread recognition for our dynamic leadership in the immigration field.
Igbanugo Partners serves as a trusted immigration law partner for individuals, entrepreneurs, small businesses and multinational corporations around the globe.
Get in touch with our accomplished legal team. Call 877-840-8008 or contact us onlinefor more information about visas for skilled workers and professionals (EB-3). Our lawyers serve clients worldwide from our office based in Minneapolis, Minnesota.