Looking to secure a US green card from Nepal? Do you want to navigate the immigration process easier than ever? Our Nepali immigration lawyers in Dallas can help in a variety of ways. We’ve helped many who are in the same place that you are right now: trying to find ways of obtaining a green card and realizing your American dream.
Why Nepali Immigration Lawyers in Dallas?
According to the US Department of State, the US welcomes around 1 million immigrants annually. Here at Rijal, we don’t just have a team of Nepali immigration lawyers, we have a team of immigration lawyers who speak Nepalese, who understand where you’re coming from, and so forth.
We speak your language – literally. Lawyers specializing in immigration for Nepalese immigrants can assist you in Nepalese, Hindi, or Gujarati, making the whole process much easier.
The EB-3 Program Explained
The EB-3 program is a pathway that many from Nepal explore to obtain that coveted green card. “EB” stands for “employment-based,” and the focus is on securing a job in the US. Whether you’re a seasoned professional, skilled worker, or even an unskilled worker, this program has got you covered. The key is landing a job with a US employer who’s given you the thumbs up.
If you’re in the unskilled worker category, you’ll need to demonstrate your ability to handle jobs requiring up to 2 years of training and experience. This can include caregivers or hotel housekeepers, etc.
What are called “skilled workers,” on the other hand, need at least 2 years of experience or training in a non-seasonal, non-temporary job. And if you’re a professional, a baccalaureate degree from a US college or its equivalent from a foreign country can help tremendously.
Your employer will need to take some steps, filing with the US Department of Labor and the USCIS. Forms like ETA-9089 and I-140 will be helpful. And yes, your employer has to prove they’re keeping the cash flowing your way, with documents like an annual report, audited financial statement, or US income tax return.
Help With the Timeframe
Processing an EB-3 can take about 6 months after submitting Form I-140. If labor certification is on the agenda, you might be in for a two-year wait. However, once you’ve received that EB-3 visa, your US employer becomes your ticket to the green card – a 10-year residency pass.
Feeling overwhelmed? Don’t be. We can be your go-to source for all things immigration. We can be the advocates you need to turn your American dream into reality – working and living in the US how you want.
Of course, you don’t have to speak Nepalese to be able to benefit from our services. Indeed, we’ve helped folks from so many different countries to be able to not just immigrate to the United States, but to do so in the manner which best befitted them.
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