September 25, 2022

Big4 firms and Green Cards

Hi all,

I recently started with the Green Dot (campus hire). I am not a US citizen and was looking into their Green Card policy. Their policy is to process EB-2 applications two years after one has been with the firm, given that said person has been promoted (aka is not at an entry level position). But  the policy makes no mention of how long one needs to stay at the firm once the application has been approved etc. Any idea folks?

And I've heard that EY applies for EB-1 visas, which take much less time to process?

Which Big4 is the best at appliying for green cards for its employees?

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