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Concurrent EB1 and EB2

Question:

I recently graduated with a PhD and am currently working for a semiconductor company.

I am in the process of starting my green card application and am debating between applying through EB2 (D) – advanced degree and EB2 (I) – National Interest Waiver categories.

I was wondering if I can proceed through both of the above simultaneously. For example, can I initiate the process through EB2 (D), and after six months or so can I also apply through EB2 (I).

Thanks.

Answer:

USCIS does not restrict the number of I-140 applications to one. One could apply under any number of categories at the same time and if rejected, reapply under that category.

You can find more information in the free ebook on this website.
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