Expansion of Green Card Eligibility for STEM Professionals in the US

The United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) has expanded eligibility for STEM workers, allowing more individuals in the science, technology, engineering, and mathematics fields to apply for work visas.

This recent development opens up opportunities for skilled workers in these high-demand fields to contribute to the U.S. workforce and economy. The expansion of eligibility criteria is a positive step towards meeting the growing demand for STEM talent in the country.

To learn more about the eligibility criteria and how to apply, interested individuals can visit the USCIS website for free immigration forms and instructions. It is important to note that Boundless, a non-traditional law firm associated with Boundless Legal, provides certain legal services in the area of immigration law. While Boundless is not affiliated with USCIS or any government agency, individuals can access resources and guidance on immigration matters through their website.

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Overall, the expansion of eligibility for STEM workers signals a positive shift in immigration policy, opening up opportunities for skilled individuals in these critical fields to contribute to the U.S. economy and society.