There seems to be no shortage of U.S. employers who are willing to sponsor skilled and professional workers under the employment-based visa categories which are designed to benefit U.S. companies that have those types of jobs available. But we do not typically work with any such U.S. employers.
But since it is the job itself which does not require the foreign worker to have any previous employment experience, or any formal education or training, this doesn’t mean that a foreign worker who does have considerable professional skills and/or extensive education and/or training is disqualified from receiving their Green Card under the EB-3 Visa Program --- the U.S. employers we’re working with would love to hire as many highly (or overly) qualified job candidates as they are able to find, and they are allowed to sponsor any such job candidates for their Green Cards, as long as the job applicant is at least minimally qualified for the job that the employer has available.
U.S. employers want to know that hiring you will help them meet their company’s staffing needs. They will not discriminate against you because you are more qualified than job candidates they might expect to encounter, and the U.S. immigration authorities will not prevent you from receiving and accepting a job beneath your current stature or the professional position you have held in your home country.
As long as you are at least minimally qualified for the job offer you receive from your sponsoring U.S. employer, and as long as you are willing to fulfill your long-term employment commitment to them upon your arrival in the United States as a Green Card holder, then your impressive professional background will not prevent you from achieving your immigration goal by working in an entry-level or unskilled job position. Contact us today to learn more about the U.S. companies we’re working with, and the job options they need to fill.