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Is premium processing available to EB3 (multinational managers and executives)?

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Is premium processing available to EB3 (multinational managers and executives)? It is not clear from the USCIS website.

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Your question is confusing as there is no Employment Based 3rd Preference (EB3) for multinational managers and executives. Presumably you meant to ask about EB1. If that is the case, premium processing is not available for this category. You may wish to refer to this chart on the USCIS website:

Althought it says that they anticipated premium processing for this category to become available in early 2012 it is not yet available.


EB3category is not for multinational managers and executives

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Multinational managers /Executives fall under the EB-1 category.

Yes, Premium processing service is available for L-1 visas for that category.

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EB3 is an immigrant category, which has to do with specialty occupations. Good Luck.

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You fall under EB1.

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