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Employment Based Permanent Residence

An employment based permanent residence visa, also referred to as a “green card” allows a foreign nationals to work and live lawfully and permanently in the United States. Most employment based permanent residence petitions require the submission of a PERM application to the U.S. Dept of Labor and an I-140 to the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS). There are 5 permanent worker visa categories under which foreign workers or their employers can file petitions to immigrate legally, including:
Priority Workers,
-individuals with Extraordinary Ability in the sciences, arts, education, business or Athletics.
-Multinational Managers or Executives
-Outstanding professors or researchers
Professionals with Advanced Degrees or Exceptional Ability
-individuals with Master Degrees or individuals with Bachelor Degree plus minimum of 5years experience
-individuals with exceptional ability in sciences, arts, or business
Skilled Workers, Professionals and Unskilled Workers
-individuals whose jobs require a minimum of 2 years of experience
-individuals whose jobs require a minimum of a bachelor degree
-individuals whose jobs require less than 2 years of experience
Certain Special Immigrants
-religious workers
-ordained ministers
Immigrant Investors

At the Law Office of Jacqueline Demarest, we are determined to help guide foreign workers and U.S. employers through the employment based permanent residency process. We can help prepare complicated applications, help determine the proper visa category and help fulfill additional requirements smoothly. At the law office of Jacqueline Demarest we understand the importance of the situation which is why we are determined to help get your employment based permanent residence visa approved the quickest way possible.

Employment Based Temporary Visas
We have helped thousands of individuals and companies in a non-immigrant context as they seek non-immigrant employment visas. These documents provide foreign nationals with the necessary authorization to be employed in the United States. Our employment based temporary visa attorney is proud to guide you through your employment visa options, as we work closely with both individuals and their employers in obtaining the appropriate type of temporary visa, including:
E-1 & E-2
H-1b1 Chile/Singapore
Employment Authorization Document (EAD)
Miscellaneous Short-Term Visa Options

Get Connected with the New York Employment Immigration Attorney
With over 25 years of experience, we have successfully assisted a wide variety of foreign national work visa applicants and American employers move through the employment immigration process swiftly. No matter what type of legal situation you or your loved ones are involved in regarding citizenship and immigration, the Law Office of Jacqueline Demarest is here to help you. Contact our New York employment immigration attorney to help you obtain permanent residency or temporary work visas and join the proud American workforce today! Call us to schedule a free consultation at (212) 285-2222.

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