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Pursue Your EB-2 Visa

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Like other employment-based visas, the EB-2 visa maintains certain requirements for anyone hoping to apply. There are only three categories and it can be difficult to determine if you are eligible without an advocate on your side. At the Law Offices of Timothy D. Widman, the firm is staffed with some of the most qualified legal professionals in all of Santa Clara County.

Cupertino Immigration Attorney Timothy D. Widman has been assisting immigration clients with obtaining visas for over 20 years. There is no type of permanent residency case his firm has not handled and they continue to display unparalleled excellence in every legal aspect.

If you are considering applying for an EB-2 visa, entrust your case to a seasoned legal representative–speak with an attorney from the firm today. We have represented small businesses, tech startups, corporations, and other business entities in a wide range of immigration matters.

How do I know if I qualify for an EB-2 visa?

This visa involves employment-based residency and includes those in certain occupations holding advanced degrees or their equivalent. The general assumption is that these individuals would greatly benefit the United States economy, culture, and education.

The three categories of the EB-2 visa are individuals who have an advanced degree, display exceptional ability, or hold a national interest waiver.

The latter two categories must also meet at least three of the following requirements:

  • Academic record displaying a degree or diploma from an institution of learning
  • A license to practice the profession
  • Letters proving at least 10 years of occupational experience have occurred
  • Membership in a professional association
  • Recognition for achievements

The employer of the applicant typically files an "Immigrant Petition for Alien Worker" to further the EB-2 visa process. This form must be correctly prepared and submitted to maximize the chances for success.

Reputable Business Immigration Attorney in Cupertino

Attorney Widman has over 20 years of experience and is an officer of the American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA) Santa Clara Valley Chapter. This leadership role continues to inspire excellence in the assistance he provides to clients, regardless of the scope of the case.

Don't put your future on hold. Call the Law Offices of Timothy D. Widman as soon as possible to begin your confidential case evaluation.