United States immigration law consists of complex and constantly changing federal rules, procedures, and legal precedent. This section of our website provides a brief summary of certain areas in U.S. immigration law, including immigrant and non-immigrant visas, investment opportunities to become a permanent resident (Green Card), compliance with federal law, and others services we offer.
We provide legal services to all immigrant and non-immigrant visas including the following.
The NIW sub-category involves members of the professions who hold advanced degrees or persons of exceptional ability.
Although EB-2 petitions generally require a sponsoring employer and an approved individual labor certification, those who qualify under the NIW sub-category may self-petition without the need of an employer.
The need for labour certification is waived to qualified individuals because it is in the interest of the United States. In order to qualify, you must satisfy the following requirements:
- Evidence of the benefits that the proposed employment will be national in scope.
- Evidence of employment in an area of substantial intrinsic merit.
- Evidence demonstrating that waiving the labor certification would benefit the national interests of the United States.