Employment-based Immigration Visa & Who May Qualify?

An Employment Based Immigration, Third Preference (Eb3) is a type of visa, where a petition is filed by an employer-sponsor to bring a needed worker to the US.

The worker maybe 1) a skilled worker (a worker with two years of experience),  2)a professional worker (a worker with at least a bachelor’s degree) or 3)an unskilled seasonal worker.

In recent months, extensive fraudulent advertisements made by unauthorized entities have captured the attention of many who wish to come to the US.

Unrealistic promises, large upfront fees, untrue estimates of processing times have been  among the outlines broadcasted  by unauthorized people, human traffickers & smugglers.

Remember, only a US Lawyer is allowed to give legal consultations on US immigration matters; check the qualification of anyone who claims to be authorized before listening to him.

This is an immigration blog. It is not intended to be used as legal advise.

For further information please contact the law offices of attorney Ramona Kennedy.

Ramona Kennedy ( Attorney) is a member of American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA)
Email: Kennedycounsel@gmail.com

Phones: 1-310-623-0080  & 1-949-677-0063
Imo: 1-310-623-0080
Telegram: 1-949-677-0063

Office Locations:
Los Angeles (WestWood) Location
Openheimer tower
10880 Wilshire Blvd, Suite 1101 Los Angeles CA 90024
Phone: (1) 310-623-0080
Orange County Location
5000 Birch St, Suite 3000 Newport Beach CA 92660
Phone: (1) 949-677-0063

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Author: kennedylawblog

Lawyer in California, USA Fluent in American English & Persian (Farsi)

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