Understanding the Visa Bulletin: Employment-Based Categories

Carl Michael Shusterman

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Attorney Shusterman explains Employment-Based Visa categories: E-B 1 (priority workers), E-B 2 (advanced degrees), E-B 3 (professional skilled and unskilled workers), E-B 4 (religious workers et al), E-B 5 (investors). He furthers explains how to apply for E-B visas including, acceptance limitations, principle and derivative dependents, priority dates, alternate chargeability, as well as the implications immigration reform would have on E-B visas.

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Employment-Based Immigration Attorneys

Permanent Residence through Employment

State Department Visa Bulletin

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