EB-2 Visa for Advanced Degrees (EB-2A)
Immigrants who have a job offer in the United States that requires an advanced degree or a foreign equivalent degree can apply for an EB-2 visa for professionals with advanced degrees. Applicants may also have a Bachelor’s degree or foreign equivalent with five years of progressive work experience.
Immigrants with an EB-2 visa are allowed to bring spouses (E-21 visa) and children under the age of 21 (E-22 visa) to the United States.
To schedule a free EB-2 visa consultation, call the Law Offices of Scott Warmuth at 888-517-9888.
Potential immigrants to the United States who wish to apply for an EB-2A visa must first have a job offer that requires an advanced degree. The candidate must then provide documentation to show that they have the advanced degree and/or experience required for that position. The proper documents can include:
- An official academic record showing that you have an advanced U.S. degree or foreign equivalent degree
- An official academic record showing that you have a U.S. baccalaureate degree or foreign equivalent degree
- Letters from current or former employers to show that you have at least five years of progressive work experience
The Law Offices of Scott Warmuth is able to help you secure the documents needed to successfully obtain an EB-2 visa.
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