What Kind of Information or Evidence I Need to Provide for an EB1C Application?

Dr. William:

What kind of information or evidence I need to provide for an EB1C application? and is the interview required for this kind of application?


The petition will disclose the answers to many questions. The petition must show that the alien has worked abroad with the same qualifying organization that will employ the applicant in the U.S. The petition must also show that the applicant worked one year with this qualifying organization during the preceding three years in an executive or managerial capacity. It should show that the prior education and training make the applicant of significantly greater value to the national labor pool than the hiring of a U.S. citizen. A U.S. employer seeking the services of an alien from the same qualifying organization abroad must submit the exact documentation that the USCIS requires that the alien will work permanently in the United States as an executive or manager. 

The Form I-140 petition for EB-1C classification must firmly prove that both the U.S. and the foreign entity are qualifying organizations; and that both entities can show themselves to be in accordance with the USCIS guidelines governing qualifying organizations. The USCIS has authority to conduct an interview of the alien applicant, but may also waive the interview. When the Form I-485 approved, the beneficiary or applicant's U.S. immigration status is adjusted to lawful permanent resident. This is evidenced by the issuance of a “Green Card" - resident alien card. 







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