An EB-1 visa is a type of employment-based immigrant visa that allows individuals with extraordinary ability, outstanding professors or researchers, and multinational executives or managers to come to the United States to work.
To apply for an EB-1 visa, you will need to gather the following documents:
Form I-140, Immigrant Petition for Alien Worker: This form must be completed and submitted by your employer.
Evidence of your extraordinary ability, outstanding achievement, or exceptional talent: This could include awards, publications, patents, membership in professional organizations, or other evidence of your exceptional ability in your field.
Evidence of your international recognition: This could include evidence of your leadership or significant contributions to your field, such as media articles, letters from experts in your field, or invitations to speak at conferences.
Evidence of your salary or other remuneration: This could include pay stubs, tax returns, or other documents that demonstrate the high level of compensation you receive for your work.
Evidence of your work experience: This could include copies of your resume, job titles, and descriptions of your duties and responsibilities.
A copy of your passport: This will be used to verify your identity and citizenship.
A copy of your birth certificate: This will be used to verify your identity and age.
A copy of your educational documents: This could include transcripts, diplomas, or degrees from any schools you have attended.
A medical examination: You will need to undergo a medical examination and provide the results as part of your visa application.
A police clearance certificate: You will need to provide a certificate from the police in your home country stating that you have no criminal record.
It is also a good idea to bring any other documents that may be relevant to your application, such as letters of recommendation or evidence of your work in the United States.
Note: The specific requirements for an EB-1 visa may vary depending on the country where you are applying and the specific category you are applying under. It is important to carefully review the requirements and instructions provided by the U.S. embassy or consulate where you will be applying for your visa.