Thinking Outside PERM—Extraordinary, Outstanding, and NIW Options - Recording (.MP3)
Employers and attorneys seeking an alternate route to permanent residency should consider the EB-1 (extraordinary ability worker and outstanding researchers) and EB-2 (national interest waiver) visas. These petitions may enable scientists and researchers to self-petition and potentially avoid the immigrant visa backlog for oversubscribed countries. Join our group of experts as they guide you through the process of determining whether these are advantageous visa options for your client.
- Distinctions Among Categories
- Recent AAO Decisions Interpreting the Kazarian Merits Determination
- Best Practices in Obtaining Endorsement Letters and Academic Credibility for Your Client
- Defining What Constitutes “Research,” “National Interest,” and “International” Prominence
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