EB-2 Visa for Exceptional Ability (EB-2B)
Immigrants seeking an EB-2 visa for exceptional ability must demonstrate excellence in business, the arts, or the sciences. Exceptional ability can be defined as possessing a level of expertise significantly above average.
EB-2 visa holders are allowed to bring spouses (E-21 status) and children under the age of 21 (E-22 status) into the U.S.
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People wishing to immigrate to the United States on an EB-2B visa must have a job offer and show ‘exceptional ability’ in business, the arts, or the sciences. To qualify as having exceptional ability, at least three of the following criteria must be applicable:
- Possession of an official academic record showing that you have received education in your area of exceptional ability
- Documentation of at least 10 years of full-time experience in your occupation
- Can produce a license to practice your profession or certification for your profession
- Evidence that you have commanded a salary that demonstrates your exceptional ability
- Membership in an applicable professional association
- Recognition for your achievements and significant contributions to your industry or field
- Other comparable evidence of eligibility is also acceptable.
The Law Offices of Scott Warmuth can help you obtain the necessary documentation to pursue an EB-2 visa.
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