Generally, U.S. citizens can bestow greater benefits on their alien relatives, and often the first course of action is to obtain naturalization for the alien’s U.S. permeant resident relative. If a permeant resident previously filed an I-130 petition for spouse and/or minor children they can upgrade the petition when they become a U.S. citizen. [...]
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The Employment Based First preference category always reminds me of Tina Turner’s song “You’re simply the best” because it pretty much sums up the standard for EB-1A immigrant category. The legal standard in the EB1 extraordinary ability category is very high. While the EB-1A category was intended to apply to a small group of individuals, it [...]