frequently asked questions

Frequently Asked Questions

The U.S. offers various EB (employment-based) visa categories for individuals with exceptional ability in specific fields. These include EB-1 for extraordinary ability, EB-2 for National Interest Waivers and outstanding researchers/professors, and EB-3 for professionals with advanced degrees or exceptional ability.

Our experienced attorneys will assess your background and achievements to identify the most suitable visa option. We’ll guide you through the entire application process, gathering evidence, preparing petitions, and ensuring a strong presentation for your case.

A simple error can cause delays or even denials. Langar Law’s attorneys can help ensure your application is complete, accurate, and addresses all eligibility requirements, increasing your chances of success.

Official specific approval rates are not readily available. However, Langar Law can help you build a compelling case that demonstrates your exceptional ability and the national significance of your work, maximizing your chances of success.

Processing times can vary depending on the visa category and your location. However, they can range from several months to several years. Langar Law can guide you through the process and manage expectations.

The decision is personal. An attorney can ensure a smooth interview and address any potential issues. Langar Law can advise you on whether representation is right for your specific situation.

In some cases, new evidence or a change in circumstances might allow you to present a stronger case during consular processing. An attorney can assess your situation and determine if consular processing offers an opportunity to overcome a prior denial.