EB-3 is the third preference category for employment-based immigration visas. To petition under EB-3, foreign workers must be a Professional, Skilled or Unskilled/Other Worker. A full-time job offer from a U.S. employer and the labor certification process are required. Workers may not seek a National Interest Waiver under EB-3.
Professionals must have a Bachelor’s degree or a foreign equivalent and be a member of a profession. Skilled workers must have at least two years of training or work experience in their field. Unskilled or other workers generally have less than two years of training, and they face the longest wait times.
In the above video, U.S.A. Immigration Attorney, La Toya McBean, discusses how foreign workers may obtain a Green Card under the EB-3 category. To learn more about the EB-3 immigrant visa category, click here.
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