U.S. Visa Continues to Be One of the Most Sought After in Recent Times.

The U.S. visa remains one of the most sought after in recent times. Brazil became the third country with the highest number of U.S. visa issuances last year, and the demand continues to be significant this year. The majority of visas are still for tourism and temporary business purposes (the so-called B1 and B2 visas).

Even with the option to work remotely, the desire to work and experience the benefits of a first-world country, with greater security and economic stability, motivates professionals to increasingly strive to fulfill the dream of immigrating to the United States. The number of Brazilians with higher education who are moving to live in the United States is the highest in the last 22 years.

In general, the United States is in need of qualified individuals, which presents a good opportunity, especially in the fields of technology, engineering, exact sciences, healthcare and wellness professionals, economics, administration, marketing, and sales.

According to lawyer Ingrid Domingues McConville, with over 27 years of experience in U.S. visas, there are some challenges for specialized professionals. The most sought-after visa at the moment, the EB-2 NIW, requires unique professionalism in its preparation and specific qualifications from the client, such as academic background, 10 years of experience, among others. But it is still one of the best paths to obtaining a Green Card.

However, one thought must always be present for those who want to immigrate to the United States – what is the country’s interest in you? What do you have to offer to the United States? One thing is certain – the interest of the United States is to find specialists and highly recognized individuals to work in certain areas and help develop the country.

The “American Dream” is the desire of many people, and options exist, and the goal can be achieved. To learn more about the subject, visit https://instagram.com/dmvisalaw?igshid=YmMyMTA2M2Y=

  • Ingrid Domingues-McConville founded DM VISA LAW – Domingues McConville, P.A. in 1995. She has been a member of the Florida Bar since 1995 and a member of the United States District Court, Southern District of Florida. Ingrid earned her undergraduate degree in Psychology from the University of Miami in Coral Gables, Florida, and her law degree from Cleveland-Marshall College of Law in Cleveland, Ohio. With over 27 years of experience in Immigration Law, Ingrid has represented clients throughout the United States and worldwide, handling both business and family immigration matters. She has helped companies and individuals obtain visas and permanent residence in the United States. Ingrid plays a significant leadership role in the Brazilian community in South Florida and throughout the United States, providing much-needed guidance and legal advice.