Are you a person of extraordinary talent? Do you possess abilities that are crucial to the advancement of a particular field? Your skills and uniqueness could be grounds for employment-based immigration if you qualify for an EB-1 visa.
No matter how talented you may be, the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) agency will not show you any favoritism when applying for an EB-1 visa. Rather than trying to sort through their intricate system and hope you adhere to all the regulations and rules, seek the professional guidance and counsel of our San Jose immigration lawyers from SAC Attorneys LLP. With more than 50 years of combined legal experience under our belts, you can be confident that we can handle your visa application with ease.
The USCIS is quite particular when it comes to issuing EB-1 visas to foreigners seeking admittance to the country. You must be able to prove beyond a doubt that you are indeed at the top of your particular field or that you have been repeatedly recognized for your outstanding abilities. Simple word-of-mouth will not do; in order for your EB-1 visa petition to be approved, you are going to need paperwork and proof that you have received an award of international recognition.
If you have never received such a reward you must be able to prove that you meet at least 3 of the 10 following requirements:
There is essentially no document you can find that will not be useful to your cause when you are trying to prove the aforementioned requirements. Seek out copies of employment letters, news articles, and so on. In order to be approved for an EB-1 visa, you will need to show the USCIS exactly how you intend to gain specialty employment upon entrance to the country.
Our San Jose immigration law attorneys have the know-how and knowledge you need to proceed with your EB-1 visa application. We take away the challenges you might face by handling them ourselves. Contact us today to learn more about your options and what you should be doing next from our dedicated and trusted team.