Visas For Special Immigrants Like Religious Workers Or Certain Translators
The employment-based fourth preference category (EB-4) offers a path to permanent residency in the United States for various individuals who might not qualify for other worker visas for those with an advanced degree, an exceptional ability, or a job offer.
At Wilson Law Group in Minneapolis, our immigration lawyers have been helping immigrants secure applicable work visas since 2003. If you need assistance immigrating to the United States through the employment visa process, or if your organization is seeking to bring a foreign national to the U.S., our attorneys have the knowledge and experience needed to help.
EB-4 Visas For Special Workers
The EB-4 category includes petitions for the following individuals:
- Religious workers
- Special immigrant juvenile status (SIJS)
- Employees of the U.S. government
- Panama Canal zone employees
- International medical graduates (IMG)
- BBG broadcasters
- Iraqi or Afghan translators
- Iraqis providing faithful and valuable service to the U.S.
- Retired G-4 officers, spouses and children
The more frequently filed petitions under this category are SIJS and religious worker petitions.
Schedule A Free Consultation
If you believe that you may qualify for an EB-4 visa, or if your organization is seeking to assist a foreign national with an EB-4 visa, our immigration attorneys at Wilson Law Group offer free consultation appointments. To schedule your free appointment, contact our office by sending an inquiry through our website form, or by calling us at 612-430-8022.