Securing a green card grants an individual permanent residency in the United States. Green cards need to be renewed every 10 years. An EB-3 Visa for Skilled Workers, Professionals and Other Workers is an employment-based visa for foreign workers to get hired by a U.S. company, get an EB-3 green card and become a legal permanent residents in the United States. The terms ‘EB-3 visa’ and the ‘EB-3 green card’ are the same thing. Eventually, green card holders may qualify to become U.S. citizens.
1. What are the requirements for an EB-3 green card?
EB-3 green card for Skilled Workers:
EB-3 for or Professional Workers
EB-3 green card for Other Workers
2. Is premium processing available for EB-3 visas?
Yes. For certain EB-3 categories, you may request to expedite your processing time with a special service called premium processing. By completing the I-907 form and paying a premium process fee, your I-140 petition’s time is shortened.
3. What are the pros and cons of an EB-3 green card?
Do you want an employment-based green card? The increasingly complex rules governing legal admission to and naturalization in the United States has made the immigration process difficult to understand. With experience in many difficult immigration cases, Mario Godoy and the other skilled immigration attorneys at the Godoy Law Office can assess your situation and advise you on your best options. Call today at 630-912-0322.