EB2 National Interest Waiver Process

Learn About EB2 NIW Green Card Process And Documents Checklist

Applying For EB2 Green Card National Interest Waiver

You can petition for a green card based on National Interest Waiver by submitting a written request for waiver of the labor certification process to the USCIS. Your Green Card petition must include:

A. Form ETA-750B, Alien Employment Certification: Statement of Qualifications

B. USCIS Form I-140, Immigration Petition for Alien Worker

C. Latest copy of your resume

D. Copies of all educational documents after high school

E. Copies of valid passports

F. Copies of USCIS Form I-94 Arrival-Departure Document (if in the U.S.)

G. Receipt of nationally or internationally recognized prizes or awards for excellence in the field of endeavor

H. Copy of the license to practice the profession or certification for a particular profession or occupation, if necessary

I. Letters of recommendation from colleagues or other authorities in your field of endeavor

J. Copies of articles you have written, or articles citing your research

K. Copies of memberships in professional associations

L. Company profile, annual reports, brochures and other promotional material describing your employer

M. Proof that you will be employed in area of national interest

N. Copies of written contracts between you and your employer(if any)

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