EB-1 (Multinational Executives)

This category is an employment-based, first-preference immigrant visa for a multinational executive or manager



You must have been employed outside the United States in the 3 years preceding the petition for at least 1 year by a firm or corporation and you must be seeking to enter the United States to continue service in that firm or organization. Your employment must have been outside the United States in a managerial or executive capacity and with the same employer, an affiliate, or a subsidiary of the employer.


• Evidence showing the relationship between US employer and the employer abroad

• Evidence showing the legitimate entities of the US employer and the employer abroad

• Evidence showing your employment history at the employer abroad

• Evidence of financial documents of the US employer and the employer abroad

• Evidence showing the need of proffered position and your ability qualifying to the proffered position


Stage 1: Collecting Evidence
Stage 2: Submit Petition to USCIS
Stage 3: Fingerprint EAD/AP Issuance
Stage 4: Approval


Stage 1 to Stage 2: about 1 months

Stage 2 to Stage 3: about 2 months

Stage 3 to Stage 4: about 6 months

What We Do:

A. We analyze your situation and help to demonstrate the corporate relationship, employment history, and the executive nature of your position
B. We review and apply the current USCIS review standard
C. We help to put together best evidence forward


A. Premium Processing is NOT applicable

B. You must have a prospective US employer who will sponsor your green card under this category

C. Many L visa holders believe that they are sufficiently qualified for EB-13 category based on their L visa approvals. However, the standard of EB-13 is higher than L visa standard

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