The EB-2 category requires a job offer from a US employer, but this requirement may be waived if we show that one’s work is in the national interest to the United States. In this regard the line of argument will be that one’s field of endeavor is of substantial importance to the US economy and well-being of Americans and that in light of one’s education, experience, skills and record of success he or she is well positioned to pursue this endeavor. I believe the likelihood of granting the national interest waiver in case like this is very high.
That’s right. If you are able t0 prove that your line of business, your profession is beneficial to the U.S. economy, the chances of getting a green card increase. As always – the more documents you can provide, the better.
Rodrigo – it all depends on the case – the attorney I’ve just asked about it said that once he has all the documents, it usually takes him 2-3 weeks to put the case together and file it. The average processing time of EB-2 is around 7 months.