Are you an exceptional individual with extraordinary abilities in your field? If so, the EB1 visa may be the perfect fit for you. Although the process of applying for this type of visa can be complex and time-consuming, that’s where an experienced EB1 visa lawyer comes in to help.
At Tez Law Firm, we have a team of dedicated attorneys whose areas of expertise are in EB1 visa cases. As a result, we have a successful track record of helping individuals like you achieve their immigration goals because we understand and recognize the unique requirements of this type of visa.
We understand your case’s importance and will work closely with you to gather all the necessary documentation and information. We will also represent you in all communications with the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) to ensure your application is reviewed promptly and accurately.
Our attorneys are specialized in the EB1 visa categories, including EB1A (aliens of extraordinary ability), EB1B (outstanding professors and researchers), and EB1C (multinational managers or executives). We can help you in all steps of the process and if your application has been denied by providing representation in appeals or motions to reopen or reconsider.
Don’t let the immigration process stress you out. Instead, contact us today to schedule a consultation and let our experienced EB1 visa lawyers guide you through every step of the way.
A: An EB1 visa is an employment-based visa that allows individuals with extraordinary abilities in their field, outstanding professors and researchers, or multinational managers or executives to work and live in the United States.
A: To qualify for an EB1 visa, an individual must exhibit extraordinary ability in their field, have international recognition, or have at least three years of experience in an executive or managerial role. They must also have a job offer from a U.S. employer.
A: EB1A (aliens of extraordinary ability) is a subcategory of the EB1 visa for individuals who display remarkable ability in the sciences, arts, education, business, or athletics through sustained national or international praise
A: EB1B (outstanding professors and researchers) is a subcategory of the EB1 visa for individuals recognized internationally as impressive in a specific academic field.
A: EB1C (multinational managers or executives) is a subcategory of the EB1 visa, which is for individuals who have been employed outside of the United States in the three years prior to the petition for at least one year by a firm or corporation and who will be employed in an executive position.
A: Yes, an EB1 visa lawyer can provide representation in appeals to reopen or reconsider if your application has been denied. They can help you understand the reason for the denial and develop a strategy for challenging it.
A: An EB1 visa lawyer can help you gather all necessary documentation and information, represent you in all communications with the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS), and guide the entire visa application process. They can also help you with the EB1A, EB1B, EB1C categories, representation in case of denial, and any other aspect of the EB1 visa process.