United States EB-3 Visa
The EB-3 visa is the third preference of the U.S. employment-based immigrant visa. EB3 visa has three sub-categories: skilled workers, professionals, and other workers (also known as unskilled workers or EW3).
A skilled worker is someone whose job requires at least 2 years of training or experience; and a professional is someone with a U.S. bachelor’s degree or a foreign equivalent. No relevant working experiences are required to be considered an EW3.
Time to permit
186 countries and regions
7th in the world
Tax system in USA
Program launched in 1990
Aged between 18-50 years old.
Education qualification between a high school degree and a bachelor’s degree.
Able to converse in basic English. (No language test needed)
Clean criminal record.
No infectious diseases or serious diseases.
Must work in the U.S.
No work experience or investment is required.
The application success rate is high, and the official approval rate is close to 98%.
Eligible spouses and children may be included in the application.
Spouses can choose jobs freely, and children can enjoy high-quality American education.