Under the United States Immigration Law, Eb-4 is referred to the fourth preference Employment-based Immigrant Visa (Green Card or Permanent Residency Status) category.
Eb-4 is also referred to as Special Immigrant visa or “Catch All,” created by the Congress, under Section 101(a)(27) of the Immigration and Nationality Act (INA), for people, who do not qualify under other Immigrant Visa Categories.
People working in the following job-categories may be eligible for EB-4 Visa:
- Religious Workers
- Special Immigrant Juveniles
- G-4 International Organization or NATO-6 Employees and Their Family Members
- International Employees of the U.S. Government Abroad
- Armed Forces Members
- Panama Canal Zone Employees
- Certain Physicians
- Afghan and Iraqi Translators
- Afghan and Iraqi Nationals Who Have Provided Faith Service in Support of U.S. Operations
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