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US EB3 Jobs

US EB3 Jobs


USA EB3 Jobs

The EB-3 Program (Unskilled Workers Category) enables unskilled workers (occupations requiring less than two years’ training or experience) to enter the U.S. as Green Card holders with full-time, permanent employment. An applicant must meet minimum qualification requirements and can include his/her spouse and unmarried children below the age of 21 in the application.

Mercan, together with AII Law, our partner law firm in the U.S., will provide professional legal services in respect of all matters relating to the applications for permanent residence of the applicants, including a review of each case to make sure it is suitable for an EB-3 Consular Interview filing. The applicant must pay a legal fee for these services. However, in the event a case is denied at any stage, the legal fees paid by the applicant shall be refunded to the paying party within 30 days of being notified of the final adjudicative decision. Any filing (government) fees paid are not refundable.



  • Applicant must be physically fit (in good health conditions to perform the work);
  • No educational requirements
  • No Language Test, only minimal English is required
  • Commitment to work with the employer for a minimum of one year and a half.


  • USD 700 Form I-140 Filing Fee
  • Optional USD $2,500 Premium Processing Upgrade
  • USD 345 National Visa Center Fee per person (for Visa)
  • USD 220 USCIS Immigrant Fee per person (for Green Card)

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  1. Interested Client submits curriculum vitae and copy of passport
  2. Client is screened for eligibility to apply for US Green Card. endorses Client to AII Law.
  3. If qualified, Bigcareer offers services to Client.
  4. Bigcareer facilitates signing of service agreements between Client, AII Law.
  5. List of available jobs is sent to client. Client provides job preference and is allocated to job.
  6. Client is paired with employer on an online system. Skype, email or phone interview MAY be conducted by the employer to ensure a suitable fit.
  7. Employer provides job offer to client and client accepts (if he/she wishes to).
  8. Employer and Client’s joint application (PERM or Form 9089) is filed by AIILaw with the Department of Labor.
    • Payment of Form I-140 Filing fee of $700 and Optional USD $2,500 Premium Processing Upgrade
  9. After the PERM approval, form I-140 is filed with USCIS.
  10. After I-140 approval AIILaw submits Client’s Application for US Visa at the National Visa Center (NVC).
    • Client pays for US Visa Fees and USCIS Immigrant Fee (if outside of the U.S.)
      1. National Visa Center Fee (per person) $345
      2. USCIS Immigrant Fee -Green Card (per person) $220
  • If the client is already in the U.S. as a temporary resident (student or temporary worker, for example), it’s possible to file for the I-485 form (Adjustment of Status) along with the I-140 form. The I-485 form filing fee (per person) is $1,225.
  • Please note that not all fees are required in all cases. For example, an Applicant will pay either the immigrant visa fee or file Form I-485 for each person, but will not do both. Other fees you will need to pay to include the fees for the interview medical examination (usually $200 per person) and fees for translation and certification of certain required documents.

The EB3 program does not require any work experience, language test or net worth value. Through this program, you will arrive in the US with a permanent, full-time job and permanent residency for you and your family. You will also be able to include your spouse and unmarried children below the age of 21 in your application. They will then be able to work and study in the US as Green Card holders. It also takes around 1.5 to 2 years to process, which is a shorter period compared to most immigration programs.

Under this program, a joint application is filed between the employer and employee with the Department of Labor. In the event the employee fails to fulfill the job duties (i.e. suddenly leave the job) there is a possibility that the employer can file a complaint with the Department of Labor which may result in the termination of his/her Green Card. It is recommended that you stay with the employer for at least one year to avoid any issues such as this.