Employment Based Green Cards
This immigrant visa classification is a preference category for United States employment based permanent residency. It is intended for "priority workers" and it allows them to remain permanently in the U.S.

Three groups are eligible for the EB-1 employment-based immigrant visa:

EB-1A: Those who have extraordinary ability in sciences, arts, education, business or athletics
EB-1B: Outstanding professors and researchers
EB-1C: Certain multi-national executives and managers
EB-2 is an immigrant visa preference category for United States employment-based permanent residency for members of professions holding an advanced degree or its equivalent, or a foreign national, who has exceptional ability.
EB-3 is an immigrant visa preference category for United States employment-based permanent residency which is intended for "skilled workers," "professionals," and "other workers." 
EB-4 is an immigrant visa for the following special immigrants:
•   Religious workers
•   Special Immigrant Juveniles
•   Broadcasters
•   G-4 International Organization or NATO-6 Employees and Their Family Members
•   International Employees of the U.S. Government Abroad
•   Armed Forces Members
•   Panama Canal Zone Employees
•   Certain Physicians
•   Afghan and Iraqi Translators
•   Afghan and Iraqi Nationals Who Have Provided Faith Service in Support of U.S. Operations 

EB-5 INVESTOR VISA is visa which provides a method of obtaining a green card for foreign nationals, who invest money in the United States. The EB-5 investor visa may allow foreign investors in commercial enterprises that will benefit the economy and create or maintain at least 10 full-time jobs to become eligible for a green card. The EB-5 investor visa is also referred to as the Employment Based Fifth Preference category of visas. This visa eligibility process is controlled by the type, purpose, and amount of investment made by a foreign investor.
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