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Permanent Residency can be obtained through any of the following:
EB-1 Extraordinary aliens – artists, entertainers, athletes, professionals, entrepreneurs, scientists, professors, researchers, managers and executives.
EB-2 Workers with exceptional ability or an advanced degree.
EB-3 Skilled workers.
EB-4 Ordained ministers of religion.
EB-5 Entrepreneur investors.
Permanent Residency can also be obtained through various family-based petitions:
FP-1 Unmarried children of U.S. citizens.
FP-2A Spouses and children of permanent U.S. residents.
FP-2B Unmarried adult children of permanent U.S. residents.
FP-3 Married children of U.S. citizens.
FP-4 Siblings of U.S. citizens.
Asylum is another method of becoming a permanent resident. Asylum is granted to refugees who can demonstrate a well-founded fear of persecution based on their race, religion, nationality, membership in a social group, or political opinion.
Non-immigrant Visas can be obtained based on any of the following:
E-1 Nationals of a country having a treaty of commerce and navigation between the U.S. and the foreign state to enable the alien to conduct substantial trade between the U.S. and the foreign state of which the alien is a national, and the spouse and children of such an alien if accompanying or following to join him/her.
E-2 Nationals of a country having a treaty of commerce and navigation between the U.S. and the foreign state to enable the alien to develop and direct the operations of an enterprise in which he has invested, or an enterprise in which he is actively in the process of investing, a substantial amount of capital, and the spouse and children of such alien if accompanying or following to join him/her.
L Intra-company transferees and their spouse and minor children.
Aliens with extraordinary ability in the sciences, arts, education,
O-1B Aliens with a demonstrated record of extraordinary achievement in the motion picture and television production industry seeking to work in the area of their extraordinary ability.
O-2 Aliens necessary to assist O-1 Visa Holders in the performance of their work.
O-3 Spouse and children of O-1 and O-2 Visa Holders.
P-1 Athletes and Entertainment Groups of international renown.
P-2 Artists and entertainers participating in an international exchange program.
P-3 Artists and entertainers performing in a program that is culturally unique.
P-4 Spouse and children of P-1, P-2 and P-3 Visa Holders.
TN Canadian and Mexican professionals.
TD Spouse and children of TN Visa Holders.
A-1 Ambassadors, public ministers, career diplomatic or consular officers, and their immediate family.
A-2 Public officials and employees, and their immediate family.
A-3 Attendants, servants, personal employees and members of their immediate family, of A-1 and A-2 Visa Holders.
B-1 Visitors for business.
B-2 Visitors for pleasure.
C United Nations officials and employees.
D-1 Aircraft and vessel crewmen in transit.
D-2 Crewmen serving on a fishing vessel having its home port or operating base in the United States.
F-1 Full-time students at an established college, university, seminary, conservatory, academic high school, elementary school, or other academic institution or in a language training program.
F-2 Parent, spouse and minor children of F-1 Visa Holder.
G-1 Resident representatives of foreign governments, their staff, and members of their immediate families.
G-2 Non-resident representatives of foreign governments and members of their family.
Resident and non-resident representatives of a foreign
G-4 Officers and employees of certain international organizations, and members of their immediate families.
G-5 Attendants, servants, and personal employees of G-1, G-2, G-2 , G-4 Visa Holders and their immediate families.
H-1B Employees engaged in specialty occupations, and fashion models of distinguished merit and ability.
H-1C Registered Nurses.
H-2A Workers performing temporary or seasonal agricultural labor or service.
H-2B Non-agricultural workers performing temporary service or labor.
H-3 Trainees in a training program that is not designed primarily to provide productive employment and other than to receive graduate medical education, and their spouse and minor children.
I Representatives of the foreign press, film, radio, or other information media, and their spouse and children.
J Students, scholars, trainees, teachers, professors, research assistants, specialists, or leaders in a field of specialized knowledge or skill participating in an approved exchange program for the purpose of teaching, instructing, studying, observing, conducting research, consulting, demonstrating special skills, or receiving training, the their spouse and minor children.
J-1 Visa Waiver. Waiver of Two Year Home Country Residency Requirement.
K Fiancée or fiancé of a U.S. citizen who seeks to enter the U.S. solely to conclude a valid marriage, and the minor children of such fiancée or fiancé.
M-1 Full-time students pursuing studies at an established vocational or other recognized non-academic institution.
M-2 The spouse and minor children of an M-1 Visa Holder.
N-1 Parents and children of a G-4 Visa Holder.
Q Aliens participating in an international cultural exchange program for the purpose of providing practical training, employment, and the sharing of the history, culture, and traditions of the alien’s nationality.
R Members of religious organization seeking to perform work for that organization within the U.S., and their spouse and children.
S-1 Witnesses concerning the activities of a criminal organization or enterprise.
S-2 Witnesses concerning the activities of a terrorist organization.
WT Issued as part of a Visa Waiver Program between the U.S. and certain treaty nations. It is a substitute for B-1 and B-2 Visas.
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