Executive Management


A multinational manager or executive is eligible for priority worker status if he or she has been employed outside the U.S. in the three years preceding the petition for at least one year by a firm or corporation and seeks to enter the U.S to continue service to that firm or organization. The employment must have been outside the United States in a managerial or executive capacity and with the same employer, an affiliate subsidiary of the employer.

The EB-1 visa petitioner must be a U.S. employer, doing business for at least one year, that is an affiliate, a subsidiary, or the same employer as the firm, corporation or other legal entity that employed the foreign national abroad.

Application Procedures

A USCIS Form I-140 (Petition for Alien Worker) is required. All I-140 petitions must be filed at the USCIS Regional Service Center that has jurisdiction over the place where the individual will work. No labor certification is needed for EB-1 petitions

New Jersey based Dornbaum & Peregoy's immigration lawyers are experienced in preparing EB-1 visa applications for executives and managers.

If you or someone you know needs the assistance of an experienced immigration lawyer for an employment and family based immigration visa then contact New Jersey based Dornbaum & Peregoy to schedule a consultation with an experienced immigration lawyer. The firm can be reached at 1.866.745.6194 or via the convenient contact form in the left column above.

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