Easy Ways To Immigrate To The United States Base on their 2019 policy

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Immigrating to the US is no longer as easy as it was. lot has changed and by the day it becomes more unfriendly. America’s current president, Donald Trump, is not very welcoming of immigrants.
Recall that Donald Trump did not win the popular vote in the past American presidential election but was awarded the office through the outdated college electoral system.Immigrants form a huge part of America’s population and a majority of Americans understand that this diversity brings strength.
Irrespective, let’s look at the easiest ways you can still successfully migrate to the United States. Note that despite the changing rules, the main pathways to immigrating to the United States remains work-based, family-based, or educational.
Work-based: This can be called job-based as well. Visas EB 1-5 are as follows for permanent workers in various categories ;

Extraordinary Ability/Outstanding Professor/Multinational Executive

If you have extraordinary skills, are multinational manager or executive, professor or researcher, you are eligible for this category. No job offer is required.

 Exceptional Ability or Advanced Degree 

Eligible if you hold an advanced degree or its equivalent, or are a foreign national who can demonstrate exceptional ability in your field. Job offer required.

Skilled Workers, Professionals, and Unskilled Workers 

Eligible whether you are a skilled worker, professional, or unskilled worker, depending upon your education, skills and work experience. You must be in an industry where American workers are lacking. Job offer required.

Special Immigrants 

Eligible based on specific visa categories described in the Immigration and Nationality Act (INA). A few examples are retired employees of NATO-6 or spouses of deceased NATO-6 employees, physicians, members of the armed forces, Iraqi/Afghan translators, and religious workers. No job offer is required.

 Immigrant Investors 

Eligible if you are able to make a minimum capital investment into a “new commercial enterprise” that creates and/or preserves permanent full-time employment for at least 10 qualified U.S. workers. The minimum investment is typical $1 million but is reduced to $500,000 in rural areas and those with high unemployment.
Yikes! Fortunately, even if you don't fall into one of the above categories, you can still get other kinds of job offers in the door. Continue to read how to lock one down.

Employment-based: Job Offer

In most cases, you will need a job offer prior to arrival. The employer must get a labor certification from the Department of Labor (DOL) as well as file a Form I-140, Petition for Immigrant Worker. Note that the total number of work visas available each year is 140,000 and there are also limits on how many applicants from each country may be accepted.
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