EB-1-3 Multinational executives and managers
EB-1-3 Certain multinational executives and managers
An employer may file an immigrant petition in the EB-1-3 category for certain multinational executives and managers.
How do I qualify for a green card through the EB-1-3 category?
In order to qualify for a green card through the multinational executives and managers category you must:
1. Be employed as a manager or executive for a United States company with a parent, branch, subsidiary or affiliate company overseas.
2. If currently outside of the United States, you must have been employed as an executive or manager by the overseas company for at least one out of the past three years prior to the filing of your EB-1-3 petition.
3. If currently inside the United States, you must have been employed as an executive or manager by the overseas parent, branch, subsidiary or affiliate for at least one out of the three years prior to your entry into the United States as a nonimmigrant.
The United States employer must also have been doing business for at least one year before it may file an immigrant petition under the multinational executives and managers category on your behalf.
Labor certification not required:
An employer is not required to file a PERM labor certification under this category.
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