An I-140 petition, or Immigrant Petition for Alien Worker, is filed to petition an alien worker to become a permanent resident in the United States. The employer must file an I-140 Petition on your behalf within 180 days from the date your Labor Certification is approved by the U. S. Department of Labor. An I-140 Petition may be filed without a Labor Certification where the beneficiary qualifies under EB-1 classification.
- Completed Form I-140;
- A copy of your approved Labor Certification;
- Filing fee of $580 (may have changed – please check) by check or money order made payable to the Department of Homeland Security;
- Proof of the petitioner’s financial position to pay the beneficiary’s wages;
- Experience letters from the beneficiary’s previous employers;
- Other documents such as degree certificates, education evaluations, and qualification letters may be required;
- In the I-140 petition, the employer must identify whether the beneficiary will apply for consular processing at an American consulate abroad for an immigrant visa or apply for adjustment of status to become a permanent resident within the United States.
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At the Law Office of Moona Shakil, an experienced senior attorney would help preparing the I-140 Petition for Alien Worker application. Our immigration attorney would consult with both the employers as well as the employees to discuss their options and responsibilities. Our mission is to provide prompt, high quality legal services to benefit the lives of our clients. We handle almost all types of immigration visas, and our attorneys understand that communication is a key to success. You need confidence that your lawyer understands your problem and is working with you to achieve results. Call us to find out how we provide superior service to our clients.
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