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Daum Immigration Corporation

United States of America

Employment-based Immigration

The U.S. permanent residence based on an employment sponsorship can be largely divided into the following two categories: EB-2 and EB-3

▪ EB-2: Alien of Advanced Ability With a Job Offer in the U.S. (Second Preference)

The applicant must have a job offer received from employer or sponsor in the U.S. and obtain a Labor Certification from Department of Labor.
To be eligible for this category, a petitioner must meet following requirement:
▪ Master’s Degree and above; or
▪ Bachelor’s Degree and 5 years of related work experience;
  AND
▪ Job offer issued by an eligible employer or sponsor in the U.S.
It is important that the employer can afford to pay for one year’s salary corresponding to the applicant’s job title. In addition, the employer must be able to explain the reason why the company will employ the applicant instead of a U.S. national, with various evidence including the company tax records.

▪ EB-3: Alien With a Job Offer (Third Preference)

This category is divided into the following three categories depending on the applicant’s qualification:
“Professional Workers”: Must have a Bachelor’s Degree or above, and a job offer from an employer in the U.S.
“Skilled Workers”: Must have at least 2 years of work experience and training, and a job offer from an employer in the U.S.
Other Workers (“Unskilled Workers”) : There is no requirement, but must have a job offer from an employer in the U.S.

* All employment-based immigration programs which Daum Immigration Corporation offers are processed pursuant to the U.S. Labor Law and
Immigration and Nationality Act.

Inquiry Regarding U.S. Visas:

1. Which visa are you trying to apply for?

2. What is your nationality?

3. Have you ever had your U.S. visa application denied at a U.S. Consulate?

4. If you have, which visa did you get denied?

5. Do you have any criminal record?

6. Have you ever violated any U.S. immigration law before?

Inquiry Regarding U.S. Permanent Residence:

1. Do you have any employer or relative in the U.S. who is able to sponsor your U.S. permanent residence?

2. What is your nationality?

3. Which academic degrees do you have?

4. Do you have any patents?

5. Have you ever been on TV or in newspapers?

6. Have you ever written and published any books or research papers?

7. If you have, do you know how many times your books and research papers have been cited in other people's publications?

8. Do you have any criminal record?

9. Have you ever violated any U.S. immigration law before?