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EB2 - NIW

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My wife (India born) will be completing her residency in June 2014 and currently searching for to start from July. I want to see what options she has to start the GC process in NIW category. Is it employer based?

 

Also, her father was born in Nepal and the family moved to India during 1940s. I understand there is a provision that a person can use her parent's (in her case father) birthplace domicile to apply for GC (in her case Nepal quota). Can someone confirm this provision and quote an article or section of law which I can actually refer to?

 

Would she be better with the EB2-NIW category or EB2 with Nepal domicile (if thats possible)? 

 

Please let me know.

 

Regards,

Anuj

 

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My wife (India born) will be completing her residency in June 2014 and currently searching for to start from July. I want to see what options she has to start the GC process in NIW category. Is it employer based?

 

Also, her father was born in Nepal and the family moved to India during 1940s. I understand there is a provision that a person can use her parent's (in her case father) birthplace domicile to apply for GC (in her case Nepal quota). Can someone confirm this provision and quote an article or section of law which I can actually refer to?

 

Would she be better with the EB2-NIW category or EB2 with Nepal domicile (if thats possible)? 

 

Please let me know.

 

Regards,

Anuj

NIW does not need employer's help.

If her country of birth is not Nepal she can not use it to get GC.

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