EB4 Visa for Special Immigrants
Special Immigrants: EB-4
This category pertains to
(a) Returning lawful residents of the United States;
(b) Certain persons entitled to recover their citizenship;
(c) Certain religious workers coming to carry on the vocation of a minister of his or her religious denomination or in some other religious vocation or occupation and their dependents;
(d) Certain U.S. Government employees;
(e) Certain employees of the Panama Canal Company or Canal Zone Government and their dependents;
(f) Physicians who were licensed in a State and have been practicing medicine in a State since January 9, 1978, who entered the U.S. as an H-1B or J-1 before that date, and who have been continuously present in the U.S. since that date;
(g) Certain officers and employees of international organizations who resided in the United States for a certain amount of time, as well as their spouses, unmarried sons or daughters, and widows or widowers;
(h) Certain immigrants who have served in the U.S. armed forces;
(i) Certain immigrants who want to enter the United States to pursue work as a broadcaster for the International Broadcasting Bureau of the Broadcasting Board of Governors or for a grantee of the Broadcasting Board of Governors and their dependents.
How We Can Help You:
At Ferman Law, we discuss with our clients the feasibility and type of petition which is appropriate. We prepare the required forms and assist our clients with the collection of the extensive supporting documentation. Once all of the supporting documentation has been collected, we file our clients’ petitions with the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services, Texas Service Center. Thereafter we prepare our clients’ immigrant visa applications. An immigrant visa application includes a medical examination by a physician approved by the U.S. Embassy and a visa interview at the U.S. Embassy.
In all of the preference categories, extensive documentation is required. To better serve our clients it is suggested that you contact our office by phone or e-mail to arrange an office consultation to discuss qualifying in one of these categories.