EB-3A: These visas can be obtained by “skilled workers”. A skilled worker is an individual who has the documented education credentials (degrees, licensure, and certificates) and work experience necessary to work in a specific industry. They must have two or more years of work experience.
EB-3B: EB-3B visas are for “professionals” in specific fields. The must have documented proof that they’ve earned at least a bachelor’s degree or have equivalent work experience.
EB-3C: EB-3C visas are designated for “unskilled workers” in a specific field. These individuals are hired for jobs that require less than two years of training or experience. Foreign nationals must provide documented proof of education or experience, if applicable.
EB- 3 visas require individuals to have a job offer from an employer prior to obtaining the visa. Employers must procure a labor certification from the Department of Labor while submitting a petition for the EB-3 applicant. The employer must also show an ability to pay the wages for the position offered. The EB-3 visa applicant must provide documented proof of their education or experience.
Applying for an EB-3 visa is a complicated process with very little room for error. These visas are highly sought after because so many people want to work in the U.S. and many U.S. employees favor the skills and expertise that foreign workers can bring. The EB-3 attorneys at FL-ILC can be provide vital assistance in this process. Contact them today at 1-800-666-4996.