Employment-Based Immigrant Division

An employment-based visa allows a foreign national to enter the United States, work, and acquire permanent residency. However, it is not an easy process. To be eligible for a visa, you must have a full-time, permanent job offer from the United States, and the company should also be willing to help you with the labour certification and application procedure. There are different types of Employment-Based visas namely Skilled, Unskilled and Professional.

Employment Visa, often known as “third preference visa,” has a limited number of visas available for each type. That instance, if more individuals apply for visas in a year than there are available, recent applicants will be placed on a waiting list based on “priority date,” which is why visa approval may take longer than expected.  Since then, AAWMCSI has demonstrated its integrity by supporting candidates in obtaining their Employment Visas. We, like you, want to introduce more employees to the United States, close the gap between labour issues and the unemployment rate, and assist you in accomplishing your goals for yourself, your family, and your future.

Skilled - individuals

with at least two years of job experience or training are considered skilled workers.


unskilled workers are those who are capable of undertaking unskilled labour (requiring less than two years of training or experience) that is neither temporary nor seasonal.


a professional worker is someone who has a U.S. bachelor degree or a foreign degree equivalent, and the baccalaureate degree is the standard entrance criterion for the occupation.

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