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May 23, 2018

From Our Archives: “For the Indian-born, Entrepreneurship is the Fastest Way to a Green Card”

Over a year ago, we covered the dysfunctionally-long quota backlogs for Indian-born prospective immigrants in the EB-2 and EB-3 categories with our article For the Indian-born, Entrepreneurship is the Fastest Way to a Green Card.

Since that time, Indian demand for the EB-5 immigrant investor visa has exploded, even generating significant media attention from national outlets such as CNN and CNBC. Meanwhile, the India EB-1 visa faces light retrogression as more and more prospective immigrants seek classification as Multinational Managers and Executives, nevertheless a much more efficient option than India EB-2 or EB-3, ​which require decades of waiting.

We are excited to announce that in the coming weeks the Firm will produce a webinar focused on how Indian professionals can seek quota relief under these categories, together with special guests. We will announce the details ​on our blog soon and hope you will join us for this  informative discussion.

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