EB-4, SPECIAL IMMIGRANTS

What is an EB-4 Visa?

The EB4 category is cap-subject, meaning that there are only a limited number of immigrant visa numbers in the EB4 category available for allotment each fiscal year. In order to file for an immigrant visa as an EB4 special immigrant, an individual must have the Form I-360, Petition for Ameraisan, Widow(er), or Special Immigrant, filed on his or her behalf. The Form I-360 instructions contained detailed information on the requirements for status in the various special immigrant categories.

The EB-4 visa is specified as an employment-based green card for special immigrant religious workers. It is generally intended for members of a non-profit religious denomination in the United States, however, the category can cover a broad range of applicants such as:

  • Broadcasters

  • Iraqi and Afghan translators

  • Iraqis who have provided aid to the U.S.

  • Employees of an International Organization

  • Members of Armed Forces

  • Employees of the Panama Canal

  • Physicians

  • Retired employees of NATO-6

  • If NATO-6 employee is deceased, spouse and children are still eligible

If you need help determining if you qualify for an EB-4 Visa, contact Liberty Johnson today. We have a vast amount of experience in immigration law and we provide advanced and comprehensive support on all immigration issues.

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