Employment-Based Immigration: EB-1, EB-2, EB-3, EB-4, EB-5
(2) USCIS Form I-140의 심사
취업이민 초청장 이민국양식 I-140을 작성하는 방식은 이민국 홈페이지https://www.uscis.gov/i-140 에 상세히 설명되어 있습니다. 독자의 이해를 돕기 위하여 이민국양식 I-140에 일반적으로 요구되는 증거서류를 영문원본으로 먼저 소개하고 그 내용에 관해서 예를들어 설명하도록 하겠습니다.
Required Initial Evidence for Form I-140 (for informational purposes only)
E-21 Alien Physician Who Seeks A Waiver Of The Labor Certification Based Upon Service In A Medically Underserved Area or Veterans Administration (VA) Facility
• A request for a National Interest Waiver
• An official academic record showing the alien has a U.S. advanced degree or a foreign equivalent degree
• Evidence of a full, unrestricted medical license for the state of intended employment or eligibility for such license
• Employment contract or employment commitment letter
• Evidence the physician will provide full-time clinical medical service:
o In a geographic area or areas designated by the Secretary of Health and Human Services (HHS) as having a shortage of health care professionals and in a medical specialty that is within the scope of the secretary’s designation for the geographic area or areas; or
o In a facility under the jurisdiction of the secretary of the VA.
• Public interest letter
• Evidence for aliens who are graduates of medical schools not accredited by the Secretary of Education:
o Evidence of having passed Parts I and II of the National Board of Medical Examiners Examination (NBME) (or an equivalent examination as determined by the Secretary of HHS);
o Competence in oral and written English (Educational Commission for Foreign Medical Graduates (ECFMG) certification)
• Evidence of an approved I-601 waiver if the alien was in J-1 status in the U.S. and receiving medical training.
U.S. Employer (Business or An Individual) Filing For An E-21 Member Of The Professions Holding An Advanced Degree or An Alien Of Exceptional Ability; E-32 Professional; E-31Skilled Worker; or EW-3 Unskilled (Other) Worker
• An ETA Form 9089, Application for Permanent Employment Certification, that has been certified by the Department of Labor
• If you are filing for a member of the professions holding an advanced degree:
o An official academic record showing the alien has a U.S. advanced degree or a foreign equivalent degree, or
o An official academic record showing they have has a U.S. baccalaureate degree or a foreign equivalent degree and letters from current or former employers showing they have at least five years of progressive post-bacclaureate experience in the specialty; and
o Evidence showing they have has any required experience.
• If filing for an alien of exceptional ability:
o Evidence showing the alien qualifies as an alien of exceptional ability through the provision of three of six forms of evidence identified above (under the section for NIWs).
• If filing for a professional:
o An official college or university record showing the alien holds a United States baccalaureate degree or a foreign equivalent degree;
o Evidence showing they are a member of the professions; and
o Evidence demonstrating they have any required experience.
• If filing for a skilled worker:
o Evidence the alien meets the educational, training or experience, and any other requirements of the individual labor certification (The minimum requirement is two years of training or experience).
• If filing for an unskilled (other) worker:
o Evidence the alien meets any educational, training, and experience, and other requirements of the labor certification.
Alien Belonging To A U.S. Professional Athletic Team And Is Filing As An E-21 Alien Of Exceptional Ability As A Professional Athlete
• Application for Alien Employment Certification that was certified by the DOL
• Evidence showing the alien qualifies as an alien of exceptional ability, as articulated under the section on NIWs.
• Evidence showing the petitioner is a team that is a member of an association of six or more professional sports teams whose total combined revenues exceed $10 million per year, if the association governs the conduct of its members and regulates the contests and exhibitions in which its member teams regularly engage; or
• Evidence showing the petitioner is a minor league team that is affiliated with such an association.