Under the EB-2 visa category, Individuals with Exceptional Ability or those seeking a National Interest Waiver may petition for a Green Card. EB-2 is the second preference category of employment-based Green Card petitions. Foreign professionals with “exceptional ability” work in the sciences, arts or business and their work will substantially benefit our national economy, cultural or educational interests or welfare of the U.S. Generally, these foreigners must have a job offer in the U.S., and a labor certification is required. However, a National Interest Waiver is available to waive the job offer and labor certification requirement.
In the above video, U.S.A. Immigration Attorney, La Toya McBean, discusses how foreign professionals or those recognized for their “degree of expertise” may obtain a Green Card under the the EB-2 category. She also discusses how such professionals may self-petition by obtaining a National Interest Waiver. To learn more about the EB-2 immigrant visa category, click here to visit our EB-2 page.
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