Those who have achieved the distinction of a Nobel Prize, Pulitzer, Oscar, or Olympic Medal may have the right to apply for a work visa in the United States. Even you don’t have a significant one-time achievement, if you can meet at least three of ten criteria in this category, showing you are the very top elite recognized in your field, you can also qualify EB-1, National Interest Waiver (NIW), and O-1 Visa. Those individuals who are granted this type of work visa may also be eligible to apply for their unmarried children who are under 21 years of age, as well as their spouses to join them in the United States to live, work, or pursue educational opportunities.
Unlike other work visas, these visas are not tied to a specific company. Instead, they are granted to individuals. The number of these visas are limited annually, so it is important to understand your chances of being awarded one before starting the application process. The petition for this type of visa has numerous requirements which must be met. In some cases, the proof may be difficult to obtain without the assistance of a persistent immigration attorney.
We have helped those who are currently in the United States and those who are located around the globe successfully apply for an extraordinary ability visa. Thanks to our years of advocating on behalf of our clients, we understand the intricacies involved in this process. “An approval = unlimited opportunities” Contact us and let us help you begin your journey and your way of living in the U.S.