Significant foreign investments in the U.S. can result in immigration status for the investor, the investor’s family and, in some cases, the investor’s employees.
Highly Talented Workers
The United States has a long history of welcoming the most successful and talented immigrants from around the world and that history has been written into the immigration laws in several places, conferring special benefits for both immigrants and nonimmigrants alike.
Permanent Residency Through Employer Sponsorship
Because of the peculiar nature of U.S. immigration law and policy, employment based sponsorship is often the quickest way to obtain permanent residency. T
The quickest and surest way to permanent residency through employment is to have a foreign worker qualify under the Employment Based First category (EB-1) as a Priority Worker.
The challenges now facing U.S. employers and foreign workers has never been greater. The continued vibrancy of the U.S. economy coupled with the restrictive immigration policies of the Trump Administration have strained the ability of employers to meet their hiring needs as never before.