To get the EB-4 visa, the applicant must be the receiver of an approved Petition for Amerasian, Widow(er), or Special Immigrant, Form I-360, with the exclusion of Certain Employees or Former Employees of the U.S. Government Overseas. Labor certification is not important for any of the Certain Special Immigrants subgroups. Special Migrants would take 7.1 percent of the annual global limit of employment-based immigrant visas.
You can apply for the EB-4 visa program, if you are:
You may be considered eligible as a special immigrant if you are a:
Other classifications not listed above may be eligible to use Form I-360. Please check the form for updates.
For more information please visit the Employment-Based Immigration: Fourth Preference – EB-4 page.Source: U.S. Department of State
How to File An Application For EB-4 Visa?
After You File
Once USCIS receives your Form I-360, they will process your petition and then you will receive a:
Basic documents may include:
EB-4 Visa Premium Processing
While premium processing, the extra feature that would allow petitioners to fasten the usual processing time for their petitions to 15 calendar days. This can be extremely helpful for some petitioners, it is unluckily not available to EB-4 applicants. This is mainly for the fact that premium processing is only available to visas that make usage of either the I-129 or the I-140 petition application forms.Source: U.S. Department of State