EB-3 Professional and Skilled Workers
The EB-3 immigrant status provides permanent residency to qualifying foreign nationals who are professionals or skilled workers. EB-3 recipients must possess an offer of employment and often require a labor certification.
Who is Eligible:
The EB-3 immigrant status is available to professionals and skilled workers who possess an offer of employment in the United States. The offer of employment must be for a permanent, full-time position. Most often, an application must include a completed labor certification.
A foreign national must either be a professional or skilled worker to qualify for EB-3 status. A professional worker is defined as a person possessing a bachelor’s degree. The bachelor’s degree need not be in the same field as the employment offer. A skilled worker position requires at least two years of training and experience as determined by the Department of Labor.
After Obtaining Permanent Residency:
If you think you may be eligible for EB-3 immigrant status as a professional or skilled worker, please contact Gafner Law Firm.