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Posted on 12-28-13 12:46 PM     Reply [Subscribe]
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After spending three years towards an undergrad engineering degree in the States, I have decided that I want to live here permanently for a multitude of personal reasons. I know it is a difficult process but I am willing to give my best shot. I feel somewhat uncomfortable in mentioning that one of my primary short term life goals is to be a permanent resident here, nevertheless I am 100% sure this is what I want. Right now, I am thinking about whether I want to take up a job or go to grad school after I graduate. Since I have no preference whatsoever (I would enjoy both) and money doesn't affect my decision, I think the the best way to answer this question is to answer this "What is the fastest/easiest way to become a permanent resident in the United States (besides marriage/asylum routes)?"

Would getting a masters/doctoral degree make it less painful or increase my chances to get a green card? Or would getting a job that will sponsor me be quicker? I am a beginner when it comes to immigration topics and although I have heard the terms EB2/EB3 in conversations, I don't really know what they precisely mean. 

I would appreciate any suggestions and directions to more information.


 
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I'm glad you spoke up and money is not an issue for you. In that case, the easiest route could be EB-5 visa. Just make sure, once you get your feet in, try to help other fellow Nepalese aspirants as well.
Good Luck

 
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Get married to a US Citizen. 
 
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It seems like having a PhD degree, you can apply for residency independently. But do not join PhD if the main goal is to just get a residency. But if you have a passion in some research field then it is a good way.
 


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