Tag archive: EB3 visa

When applying for a Green Card, make sure you know which classification your education, or your employee or client’s education falls into before you file. Sometimes the education is not obvious. You can’t always rely on the candidate’s assessment of their credentials. For example, just because you or your employee or client believes the degree…

Evaluations for college study are fairly simple. Any skilled credential evaluator knows how to do that. But those evaluations will often NOT work for the H1B visa, and evaluations that work for the H1B visa will often NOT work for I140. For example, let’s take a look at the three-year degree. Many US universities will…

If you or your employee or client is planning to file for EB2 visa status, make sure that the education meets requirements for this particular classification. EB2 visa processing time is very long, and filing a petition that is doomed is a waste of time, money, and peace of mind for everyone. When looking at…

Visa petitions across the board are receiving more RFEs with every year. This is particularly the case for education-based RFEs that require the form I-140. Form I-140 visas include EB1, EB2, and EB3, all of which are for foreign nationals seeking a Green Card to stay in the United States to work on a permanent…

This week, a client notified us of a letter from USCIS approving her EB3 (I-140) Visa after having previously received a denial letter in response to an educational evaluation completed by a different credential evaluation agency. She had a three year Bachelor Degree from India, but the USCIS denied her Visa on the grounds that…

We just received notice that another client who had applied for an I-140 Visa has been approved. Great news and we enjoy sharing the good news with each other and all our readers! This person had a particularly difficult situation, and was applying for an EB3 visa. Sometimes, people just give up hope after receiving…

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