EB2 Green Cards

Discover the possibilities of EB2 Green Cards – an avenue to permanent residency in the United States for individuals with advanced degrees, exceptional abilities, and skilled work experience in the sciences, arts, or business.

EB2 Visa subcategories to be aware of if you are seeking an employment-based work visa:

EB2A is tailored for those with advanced degrees or outstanding abilities in their respective fields. If you hold a master’s degree or higher, or you possess extraordinary talents in science, arts, or business, this is the pathway to explore. A U.S. job offer and a labor certification are essential requirements for applicants in this subcategory.

EB2B is designed for professionals with a U.S. advanced degree or its equivalent, meaning a bachelor’s degree along with five years of progressive work experience. Skilled workers with at least two years of job experience can also find their place under EB2B. Like EB2A, applicants in this subcategory must secure a U.S. job offer and, in most cases, obtain a labor certification.

At PPID, we understand the significance of EB2 Green Cards for individuals seeking to further their careers and pursue new opportunities in the United States. Our team of experienced immigration attorneys is well-versed in the intricacies of the EB2 process and is dedicated to providing you with expert guidance throughout your journey.

Whether you are an accomplished professional with advanced expertise or a skilled worker with valuable experience, we are here to assist you in navigating the EB2 Green Card process. Let us help you pave the way to a brighter future in the U.S. Contact us today to learn more about how we can support you in securing your EB2 Green Card with confidence.

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