EB-1C Visa

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The Employment Based First Preference Immigrant Visa Category (EB-1C) began in 1991. An eligible owner of a foreign and U.S. business, or an eligible executive or manager of a foreign business with operations in the U.S., can apply for EB-1C and become a U.S. Permanent Resident, along with his spouse and children.



  • Within the past three years, applicant has worked as an executive or manager at a foreign company for at least one year
  • U.S. business that is an affiliate or subsidiary of the foreign company
  • U.S. business has been doing business and has a physical presence
  • Job position with the U.S. business is for an executive or manager, and S. business can show that the business will support the position of the executive or manager
  • Ability to live, work, study or retire anywhere in the U.S.
  • Children admitted to public universities at same tuition as U.S. residents/citizens
  • Ability to sponsor relatives for permanent residence
  • Can qualify for U.S. citizenship after five years as a permanent resident
  • No Visa Quota: There is currently no limit on the number of EB-1C visas issued
  • Visa for Spouse and Children: Your spouse and unmarried children under 21 can also live, work and study in the U.S.
  • Move to the U.S. quickly: EB-1C can be processed in as little as 12 months, allowing you to quickly relocate to the U.S.
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