EB-3 Unskilled Visa Process

Historic Success

The EB-3 Unskilled Visa program was established in 1990 through the Immigration and Nationality Act.

Opportunity Awaits

Anyone is eligible for this program.
There are no skill or degree requirements to apply.

Versatile Process

You can do this process from your current country of residence or within the United States.

1.

Find an employer to sponsor you

2.

File and apply for the process

3.

Get Green Card or work authorization

4.

Start working for your employer

5.

Start living your American Dream

Timeline of the Process

There are 5 unique phases of the EB-3 Unskilled Visa process, ending in the issuance of a U.S. Green Card.

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Longstanding Success

The US Government has created a visa for people who are seeking employment in unskilled positions. This is the EB-3 'Other Workers' Visa and it allows US employers to sponsor foreign national in jobs that are experiencing a chronic labor shortage.
Each year, the U.S. government allocates 10,000 visas for unskilled positions For many, the most difficult part of the process
is finding an employer able and willing to sponsor them. BDV Solutions partners with qualified employers who are ready to sponsor foreign nationals.

The EB-3 'Other Workers' Visa is a great opportunity for you to gain permanent residence to the United States and may
be obtained by adjusting your status or through consular processing from your home country.  If applicable, your spouse
and unmarried children under 21 are eligible too!

Who is eligible for EB3?

  • No degree requirements needed
  • No prior work experience needed
  • Can’t be overqualified
  • Need an employer sponsor
  • You can adjust your visa status within the U.S.
  • You can apply from your home country
Determine your eligibility

What does the process entail?

Immigration attorney and former U.S. Consular Officer, Chris Richardson discusses the EB-3 visa is and what the difference is between EB-3 Skilled and Unskilled is.
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Why work with an agency?

There are many benefits to working with an experienced agency:

Proven track record
Many qualified job options
Case management services
Attorney pairing
Government connections
Employer sourcing
Community of applicants
Relocation services
About BDV Solutions

Why does this process work?

More employers than ever are struggling to find applicants for their unskilled positions. Industries like janitorial, restaurants, packing and warehousing have been hit hardest. Rather than closing their doors, many employers have looked for creative solutions to staff their businesses. One option that many employers have found advantageous is pursuing sponsorships of prospective immigrants who are willing to fill openings with the help of an EB-3 unskilled visa.

The Immigration Act of 1990 created an Employment Based Visa program that has allowed US businesses to sponsor foreign nationals willing and qualified to work.  There are five categories of EB visas, the first two of which require skilled labor and extensive education, and part of third of which (the EB-3 visa) targets workers who can perform unskilled labor for their future employers.

The EB-3 "Other Worker" Visa process leads directly to U.S. permanent residency with more favorable conditions than most
routes available in immigration law today!

Our Success Stories

Misconceptions about the EB-3 Unskilled Visa

Immigration Attorney discusses things misunderstand about this visa type such as how legitimate is it, can you use an agency and why this program has proven success.
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A Reliable Process

The EB-3 Unskilled visa process is not based on luck, chance, or skill. The EB-3 Unskilled Visa process leads many applicants with a range of backgrounds to a U.S. Green Card.

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