The Employment-Based Immigration Program is one of the United States’ citizenship and immigration services administered by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security. EB-1 through EB-4 each provide a method for foreign workers, with particular skills and education, to obtain permanent work visas in the United States. EB-5, created in 1990, is a special case that provides work visas for individuals who invest their own money into job-creating U.S. enterprises.

Author: Jonathan S. Kilpatrick

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