Specialized workers and green cards
The U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) may allow foreign nationals to secure permanent residency in the United States if they are employed in a position considered by the government to fall into one of several “special job categories.” Some of those jobs or fields of employment are:
- Member of the Armed Forces
- Individuals who can translate Afghan or Iraqi language
- Individuals working for International Organizations
- Iraqi or Afghan nationals who have assisted the U.S. Government
- Religious Worker
- Panama Canal Employee
- Physician National Interest Waiver
- NATO-6 Nonimmigrant
Individuals who are employed in any of these positions should be aware that they will also be expected to meet a number of strict requirements in order to be approved for a green card. At the AmLaw Group, our legal team of immigration attorneys has a firm understanding of the complex and intricate process of becoming an American citizen. If you are interested in learning more about how we can help you, call us today at (786) 876-9919.
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