EB-1(a) - Extraordinary Ability
The EB1-1 Extraordinary Ability visa/green card classification is used by foreign nationals who have extraordinary ability in the sciences, arts, education, business, or athletics. This classification is awarded to a small percentage of people who have risen to the top of their profession.
To qualify for an EB1-1 Extraordinary Ability visa/green card, the applicant must show extensive documentation, such as:
- authorship of scholarly articles;
- receipt of nationally or internationally recognized prizes or awards ;
- membership in associations in the applicant's field that demand outstanding achievement of their members;
- evidence of the alien's original contributions of major significance to the field.
The immigration attorneys of NPZ Law Group have successfully helped foreign nationals obtain EB1-1 Extraordinary Ability visas/green cards. Our experienced staff members also provide support services to help immigrants and their family members with social security cards, driver's licenses, and other transfer and relocation issues.
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Our staff of immigration law professionals are sensitive to the needs of our clients and the members of their families. Many members of our staff are themselves foreign born and have family and/or friends who have gone through the immigration process. As a result, our staff of business immigration law professionals have a personal and unique approach in the processing of visas and for dealing with our foreign national clientele.
Our legal team can clearly explain how to process temporary and permanent work permits in the U.S. The Outstanding Researcher and Professor Classification Process is time-consuming and complex and our staff of business immigration law professionals can clearly explain the process in Spanish, French, Japanese, Korean, Tamil, Hindi, Slovak, Czech, Russian, Chinese, German and English.
To schedule a consultation, please feel free to contact NPZ Law Group by e-mail or call 201-670-0006.
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