Once the NVC approves the Form DS-261, the applicant must send the supporting documents for the case. This includes the following:
- A passport that is valid for more than 6 months after the intended departure to the U.S.
- An employment offer from the U.S. employer
- An approved petition
- The DS-261 confirmation page
- Signed vaccine and medical documents
- Two photographs meeting the Photo Requirements for the U.S. Visa application
- Diplomas and certificates as a proof of academic achievements
- CV or resume
- Court and criminal records
Depending on the case, the NVC might require other supporting documents as well.
Attend the visa interview
NVC will check your supporting documents and, if no additional information is required, will set up a visa interview for you. The visa interview will take place at the embassy or consulate of the United States where you are applying. The questions will be mostly on your background and your reasons for immigrating to the U.S.
Receive the NVC package and travel to the U.S.
The EB-4 visa will be granted based on the decision of the U.S. official conducting the interview. On acceptance, the beneficiary will receive another NVC package. However, applicants are not permitted to open it under any circumstances. It must be brought to the United States and must only be opened by an official at any U.S. port of entry. After reviewing the documentation, the immigration official who receives the package decides whether the beneficiary is authorized to enter the country.
The Law Offices of Prashanthi Reddy, PLLC, can help you timely file your EB-4 visa application. Because of the extensive more, it is apparent for one to forget a thing or the other while proceeding with the application. So it’s advisable to have our experienced immigration attorneys by your side. For more information, contact The Law Offices of Prashanthi Reddy at firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling 212-354-1010.