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The Immigration Act of 1990 (“IMMACT 90″) helped create the Immigrant Investor Program as the fifth preference category for employment-based immigration, also referred to as EB-5. This was the first time a category expressly granted the admission of immigrant investors as lawful permanent residents (LPR’s) and presently is the only such category to do so. The EB-5 Immigrant Investor Program is accessible to those immigrants who have invested, or are in the process of investing at least $1 million in a new commercial enterprise employing at least 10 full-time U.S. workers. Individuals who invest in a “targeted employment area” (TEA), however, only have to invest a minimum of $500,000. Read more…


Individuals in the below outlined cases can qualify for employment-based visas:

  • Immigrants with advanced degrees and performing work in the national interest
  • Immigrants with a Bachelor degree or higher who have job offers and/or work experience
  • Immigrants with extraordinary ability in business, arts or sciences
  • Managers and Executives of multi-national businesses
  • Exceptional professors or researchers
  • Religious workers and ministers whose services are required by their non-profit religious organization
  • Immigrant investors with substantial funds invested in the U.S. Read more…

These types of visas (F and M) apply to students entering the United States in order to engage in a full-time course of academic or vocational study. Depending on circumstances, many students may be eligible for employment authorization for up to one year and possibly longer for purposes of practical training in their fields. Read more…

This temporary non-immigrant visa is given to foreign nationals wanting to enter the United States in order to work in a religious capacity and allows religious workers, employed by a recognized religious employer, to temporarily enter the U.S. in order to perform and engage in religious duties. Read more…


The B-1 and B-2 visas provide for brief visits to the U.S. involving business or pleasure for an initial stay of less than 180 days.

Visa Waiver

Nationals of certain countries may be permitted to visit the U.S. without a visa for up to 90 days under the Visa Waiver Program (VWP). This means that foreign nationals do not have to obtain a typical visa or complete the lengthy visa application process. Read more…