Clarity and Strength in Immigration Law

Tagged: Fast-Track

Tips to Avoid (or Reduce the Chances of) an EB-1 RFE

Are you thinking of filing an EB-1 petition as an alien of extraordinary ability or outstanding researcher or professor? Check out our guide for reducing the chances of a request for evidence on your EB-1A or EB-1B case. 

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Fast Track Petitions: What is the Difference?

Certain foreign nationals may qualify for a “fast-track” petition, meaning that they can skip the labor certification stage of the permanent residence process. Often, accomplished professors, researchers, and other professionals will use the following classifications to speed-up their green card processing. What is the difference between the options? Read on to find out! Requirement/Category Extraordinary […]

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Department of Labor Confirms University Professors and Instructors Require Prevailing Wage Determinations

The DOL has recently posted a “FAQ” to clarify that university professors and instructors using the “special handling” option for the PERM labor certification must still obtain a prevailing wage determination before filing the PERM application. Not sure what this means? Well, in general, if a person is trying to obtain permanent residence (a “green […]

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