When you most recently entered the United States, immigration officials likely assigned you an immigration status. This was your status at last entry. Typically, you can find your status at last entry on your nonimmigrant visa or Form I-94. However, if you changed your status since arriving, your visa category may be different. In this case you can likely find your current immigration status on a Form I-797A, Notice of Action.
Category: Green Card based on Sponsor
The basic steps to getting an employment-based green card types are described below. If you are applying for an EB-1A or EB-2 national interest waiver green card, however, you can skip the steps involving an employer sponsor and file the application yourself. (It’s best to get the help of an immigration attorney for this.)
If you’ve submitted USCIS Form I-485 for adjustment of status and can’t make your scheduled interview, you can request a reschedule only for “good cause.” In other words, you’ll need to convince USCIS that you are unable to attend because of circumstances beyond your control
For US immigrantion, you must obtain green card in the United States, of which Employment-Based Immigration such as, EB-3, EB-2 have the options to consider. The US green card process can save you time...
The standard proof that determines an employer’s financial capacity is the employer’s tax report. If the net profit of the company’s previous year’s tax report exceeds the employee’s prevailing wages set by the U.S. Department of Labor, the company is considered to be financially competent under immigration law.