Legal Question in Immigration Law in Maryland

My daughter unmarried 21+ legally entered 2000 as B1-B2 visitor; in US now; status maintained thru F1/OPT/and now H1-B (EB-3 category and eligible for EB-2 on work experience basis); has an approved I-130 in 2010, originally filed by me as GC holder, and now I am a citizen.

She works as a contractor. Her current employer is delaying her petition under EB-2 for unknown reasons.

What is the best way to expedite her GC process??

Kindly advise.

Asked on 3/20/12, 3:53 am

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Brian D. Lerner Law Offices of Brian D. Lerner, A Professional Corporation
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One cannot simply say she qualifies for EB-2 based on work experience. It is much more complicated than that. Otherwise, anyone working more the 5 years with a B.S. degree could get on EB-2. I need to know what country you are from and what her actual work experience and education is.

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Answered on 3/22/12, 10:26 am

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