EB-1C International Managers, Executives

EB-1C for Functional Managers - Overseas Team Inclusion

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I had few questions on EB1C filing;
- I am here in the US from 2015. Prior to that I was working as an Manger for the same firm in India.
- I was appointed as a Principal and then promoted as a Solution Manager last year. My role involves tasks during the entire duration of a given project and as part of the project I co-ordinate with the offshore teams assigned on the project for deliverable and to assign other tasks related to the project.<br>
1. As part of EB1C filing is there a mandatory requirement that a manager should be having dedicated team members<br>
2. If 1 is yes then can we consider the offshore team members assigned per project who would be supervised to the level of getting status of tasks, providing clarifications, training them etc.<br>
3. Is there a minimum number of reports required in the US and while I was in India, and if those reports have left the organization is that Ok?

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EB-1C (International Managers and Executives): Eligibility for H-1B managers in the USA

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I started working in the USA at my current company as a technical engineer, and they sponsored my GC application under the EB2 category. Recently, I was promoted to a manager position where I now oversee a team of 10 individuals. I'm wondering if I qualify to apply for a GC under the EB1 category based on my managerial role.

What are the available avenues to pursue a GC under EB1 as a manager in my current situation?


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The answer is yes, but remember, EB-1C requires that you have worked for a branch or a sister company affiliate of this company outside the U.S. for one year as an executive or managerial employee, or equivalent.

Recording for April 20, 2023 Conference Call with Rajiv S. Khanna


FAQs: Impact of job changes on pending I-140 and/or PERM applications for H-1B holder || Recommendation letters for EB-1A applications ||What happens if you stay outside the U.S. for more than 8 months as a permanent resident

Qualifying for EB-1C green card by working abroad for a year || Expected processing times for EB-1C for an L-1A visa holder from India

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Working in the US on H1B, approved I-140 7 Years back in EB2. Now, there is an opportunity in my current company to manage 1 or 2 employees outside the US. And the same in the US. If the EB2 India dates don't have a good future after this year, I am thinking of going out of US work in managing capacity and coming back on L1A and trying EB1C.

1: With just 1 or 2 employees (senior resources e.g. VPs or AVPs in the financial domain ) reporting to me, how are the chances to get EB1C approved?
2: In your opinion, do you see EB2 India touching 2015 anytime this year, considering they have some spill over from last year? Or you suggest a plan for EB1C if the situation exists?


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  1. It is a very difficult question to answer.
  2. It is difficult for anybody to predict as it is all  statistical and there are so many variations possible