Self-Petitions of Employment-Based Green Cards

Self-petitioning an employment file is a great way to apply for a green card; however the petitioner must qualify.

Applicant/petitioner must show through evidence that waiving required labor certificate is beneficial to the national interest of America.

Outstanding researchers & professors, extra ordinary abilities & candidates for national interest waivers are among those who may successfully get their green cards without having an employer-sponsor.

The burden of proof is on the applicant. He must show through convincing evidence why he would meet the criteria.

A history of his past experience, recommendation letters from peers, review letters from industry experts, publications, a current job offer may all be used to show the importance of one’s related field & the impact of his work on the field.

One may qualify to apply for multiple ways of receiving a green card; consulting a legal expert is the key to success.

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)

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




Author: kennedylawblog

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

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