Beneficiary Must Be Employed Abroad in a Managerial or Executive
I am in L-1B visa for almost 2 years. With newly promotion to a division manager, I can apply for U.S. Green Card in the category of EB1-Multinational Executive or Manager?
For EB1-Multinational Executive or Manager petition ( EB1C), the petitioner must establish that the beneficiary was employed abroad in a qualifying managerial or executive position for at least one out of the three years prior to his entry to the United States as a nonimmigrant to work for the same employer.
For a EB1C case, a detailed description of job duties is the key to determine the true nature of the employment. Without the necessary information, USCIS cannot conclude that the beneficiary was employed abroad in a qualifying managerial or executive capacity.
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