Navigating Self-Sponsorship for Green Cards: A Comprehensive Guide

At NPZ Law Group, our immigration attorneys frequently receive questions about whether an employer is necessary to pursue a green card. In this blog post, we'll explore the various options available for individuals looking to self-sponsor their green card applications, particularly in the EB-1 and EB-2 classifications.

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What to Do Next: Navigating Post-Residency Steps for International Medical Graduates

Completing a medical residency in the United States is a monumental achievement for international medical graduates (IMGs). However, transitioning from residency to practicing medicine or furthering your career in the U.S. involves several critical steps, especially if you're looking to secure a Green Card. Here's a structured approach to help IMGs navigate...

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Expanding Opportunities: USCIS Updates on Permanent Residency for STEM Talent

Opening Grab: Secure your future in the U.S. – a pivotal USCIS update expands green card opportunities for STEM talent.

In a significant move on April 10, 2024, U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) made a pivotal update to the “Schedule A, Group II” occupations under its regulations. This update...

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Exploring EB-2 and EB-3 Visa Paths for U.S. Green Card Aspiration

Securing a U.S. green card through employment is a journey filled with intricate details, especially when considering the EB-2 and EB-3 visa categories. These pathways are integral for aspiring immigrants and their families, offering distinct possibilities and hurdles. This guide sheds light on the essential characteristics of each category, facilitating a smoother...

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