Are you a person with exceptional ability in science, art or business? Then you may qualify to immigrate to the United States and pursue a career in your area of expertise via the Employment Based Second Preference visa category, or EB-2 visa.
- An official academic record showing you have a degree, diploma, certificate, or similar award from a higher learning institution relating to your area of exceptional ability;
- Letters from your current or former employer(s), or other evidence, showing you have at least ten years of full-time experience in your area of expertise or current occupation;
- A license or certification to practice in your area of expertise, profession or occupation;
- Evidence of earning a high salary or other remuneration for services, which demonstrates exceptional ability;
- Evidence of membership in the professional associations related to your area or expertise;
- Evidence of recognition for your achievements and significant contributions to the industry or field by peers, governmental entities, or professional or business organizations.
However, just meeting three of these criteria may not be enough. The weight of evidence provided will also be considered by the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services examining officer in determining if you are qualified as exceptional.
The successful applicant will be granted lawful permanent residence for him or herself and have the right to live and work in the United States. His or her immediate family members and will received green cards evidencing their status and can also live, work and study in the United States.
Enterline and Partners can review your background, education and experience and evaluate whether you may be qualified. If you think you are qualified as exceptional, contact us now at