Can your employer sponsor your green card?
Bennett Grossman can help you through the process.

Getting an employment based green card is a multiple step process and it generally takes several years to get it. It can be frustrating experience for most people having to wait so long to gain their permanent residency. Bennett Grossman has helped hundreds of people through the immigration process and can do the same for you.

Employment-based Adjustment of Status

Each year, a maximum of 140,000 applicants are awarded green card through the employment-based categories. Each country in the world is limited to receive a maximum of 7% of the 140,000 available green cards (or 9,800) no matter how small or large the country is. The types of green cards are further divided into five categories, which are explained below. Some categories require labor certification from the Department of Labor, while others do not.

Types of employment-based green cards

EB-1: Persons of extraordinary ability in the sciences, arts, education, business or athletics, outstanding professors or researchers, and managers and executives subject to international transfer to the United States

EB-2: Persons with advanced degrees or persons with exceptional ability

EB-3: Skilled or professional workers

EB-4: Special immigrants, such as religious workers, employees and former employees of the U.S. government abroad, and persons serving as translators with the U.S. Armed Forces

EB-5: Investors who provide substantial financial investment into the U.S., creating a certain number of jobs

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The more you understand the immigration process and the importance of the proceedings, the more you can be involved in the solution. Bennett Grossman wants you to gain insight from the experience, no matter the outcome.

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