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The EB-2 Visa has two unique classifications for immigrants. The first is for immigrants that are members of professions holding advanced degrees or their equivalent, and the second is for those immigrants who could substantially benefit the national economy because of their exceptional ability in the arts, sciences or business.
To qualify as having an advanced degree, the immigrant must hold either a U.S. academic or professional degree or a foreign equivalent that is above a baccalaureate. However, the combination of five years of experience in a given profession, combined with a baccalaureate, may be given consideration. In certain fields a PhD may be required.

To qualify as having exceptional ability in the arts, sciences or business, the immigrant must present evidence of a level of expertise that is significantly higher than their average counterparts. To be considered for this category, three of the following must be presented:

An official academic record showing the immigrant has a degree, diploma, certificate or similar award from a college, university, school or other institution of learning relating to the area of exceptional ability.
Letters documenting at least ten years of full-time experience in the occupation being sought.
A license to practice the profession or certification for a particular profession or occupation.
Evidence that the immigrant has commanded a salary or other compensation for services which demonstrates exceptional ability.
Membership in professional associations.
Recognition for achievements and significant contributions to the industry or field by peers, government entities, professional or business organizations.
If any of the above is not applicable, comparable evidence may be acceptable, such as expert opinion letters.

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