Jon Velie gives you five useful ideas to help you analyze your situation and figure out if you are eligible to qualify for an O-1 extraordinary ability visa or an EB-1 green card, plus some tips to help you meet the criteria to live and work in the United States with one of these.
Watch the 10-minute video to find out more.
Simply owning or working for a great company is not enough on its own to prove extraordinary ability. You must also be able to provide evidence of your own achievements that point to a special talent, skill, or method.
There are a number of ways you can show evidence for recognition as a businessperson. You must meet at least three of these to have a chance of qualifying for an EB-1 green card or O-1 visa.
These types of evidence include…
Yes, there are options. One possibility is to apply for an agent-based O-1 visa can enable the visa holder to subcontract or consult to third parties.
In short, no. Letters of recommendation carry no value on their own, but may be helpful if they refer to other more solid evidence. Please see the video for details.
There are many common types of evidence that fail to carry weight, including local press, membership of organizations that do not set a barrier for entry other than paying the membership fee, student awards, regional awards, and internal company awards.