If you’re thinking about applying for an EB-2 visa, there are a few key steps to keep in mind. First, you’re going to need a job offer from a U.S. employer, as well as a labor certification from the U.S. Department of Labor (DOL). Once you have those in hand, your employer will need to file an Immigrant Petition for Alien Worker (Form I-140) with the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS).

So, what exactly should this I-140 petition include? A crucial part of the application is the professional plan, which should be detailed and comprehensive. It has to explain your job duties, the educational qualifications you have, and the experience you bring to the table. The purpose of this document is to prove that you have the minimum qualifications for the position and that the role demands someone with an advanced degree or exceptional ability in the relevant field.

Another important aspect of the professional plan is showing that the employer can pay your salary, as per the EB-2 visa program requirements. This evidence might include tax returns, financial statements, and other relevant documents.

To sum it up, the professional plan for your EB-2 visa application needs to be a thorough and clear outline of the job duties, educational qualifications, and experience requirements for the position you’re being offered. It should demonstrate that you meet the minimum qualifications for the role, the job requires an advanced degree or exceptional ability in the field, and your employer can pay your salary as required.