Employment-Based
Immigration

Employment-Based Immigration

Employment-based immigrants

Immigrants are sponsored by their U.S. employer and may become legal permanent residents through their job. These immigrants are divided according to their categories of preference. See table below:

FIRST PREFERENCE Priority workers including persons of extraordinary ability in sciences, arts, education, business or athletics who have received national or international recognition; outstanding professors and researchers; and multinational organization executives and managers.
SECOND PREFERENCE Members of professions that require advanced degrees or persons of exceptional ability considerably above that which is ordinarily encountered.
THIRD PREFERENCE Professionals with a Baccalaureate degree, skilled, and other workers.
FOURTH PREFERENCE Special immigrants, such as religious workers, court dependents, returning residents, and others.
FIFTH PREFERENCE Investors who invest significant funds in the U.S. and create at least 10 jobs for U.S. workers.

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