National Interest Waivers
National interest refers to serving the best interests of the United States. In this case, an immigrant whose admission to the country will improve conditions in any number of ways is eligible when applying for a green card, to waive the offer of work.
Some examples of bettering the national interest include:
- Improve wages and working conditions of U.S. Workers.
- Improve the educational system.
- Improve the environment and increase production of natural resources.
- Provide more affordable housing for young, aged, or poor U.S. residents.
For more information regarding national interest waivers call the Philadelphia immigration lawyers at the Law Offices of Tahir Mella, P.C. at 215-496-0690 or contact us online.