Immigration Solutions

What is EB-2, What is EB-3, What is the Difference Between EB-2 and EB-3?

What is EB-2?

EB-2 is a category of employment based permanent residence (PERM).

In order for a PERM and I-140 petition to be classified as EB-2, the employer’s minimum requirements for the position must be:

A US Master degree, or foreign equivalent, in a specific field

Or

A US Bachelor Degree, or foreign equivalent, in a specific field, AND 5 years of experience.

EB-2 is a category of employment based permanent residence (PERM).

What is EB-3?

EB-3 is a category of employment based permanent residence (PERM).

In order for a PERM and I-140 petition to be classified as EB-3, the employer’s minimum requirements for the position must be:

LESS than a US Master degree, or foreign equivalent, in a specific field

Or

LESS than a US Bachelor Degree, or foreign equivalent, in a specific field, AND 5 years of experience.