EB2 NIW for Pilots


Over the last few decades, the United States has been experiencing a 30% shortage of airline pilots. For that reason, they require the services of these experts in order to fill the gaps in the industry. Are you the indicated one?

It is indispensable to the nation's functioning to employ and find highly qualified pilots for national security.

In addition, Ricardo Brenner, stated that, "Boeing has predicted that the global industry will need 790,000 new pilots by 2037 to meet demand; 96,000 of those will be for business aviation alone."

So, this could be your chance to become an American resident. Do you qualify? We'll let you know how.

EB-2 NIW, visa for being an airline pilot.

This visa is granted to all airline pilots to work in the different branches of aviation.

So if you are a pilot and wish to receive a high economic compensation, a permanent residence in the USA and fulfill the dream of working in one of the largest industries in the world, this visa is for you.

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At least 3 of the following criteria must be met to apply for an EB-2 NIW visa:

  • Diplomas from an institution of learning in the area of exceptional ability.
  • Letters documenting at least 10 years of full-time experience in the occupation.
  • Licenses to practice the occupation.
  • Evidence that you have received a salary for service.
  • Letters of recognition for significant contributions to the field.
  • Certificates of membership in areas related to this profession.

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Do we offer intrview training?

Yes, we do. You can count on our complete immigration support service.


Do we provide legal advice?

No, we don’t. We provide help realated to fill out documents and forms before USCIS or the court. The presentation is Prose, it means that you represent yourself.


Do we represent you legally in the courts of justice?

We do not represent before the court, you require the support of an accredited lawyer.


Do you know in advance the result of your procedure?

We act responsibly and therefore we can neither advise nor determine the outcome of any case.