If your employer is sponsoring you for a PERM petition, we will need the following documents and information from you.
- Current detailed resume or CV
- Completed education and employment history form
- Copies of all diplomas, degrees, transcripts, and certificates
- Education evaluation (if applicable and available)
- Copy of passport (including front and back cover, all stamped pages, and I-94 card OR electronically retrieved I-94)
- Complete copy of detailed immigration history and related documents, including non-immigrant documents, student documents, employment documents, etc.
- Copy of W-2 and pay-stub from current employer
- Marriage certificate with certified translation, if applicable
- Children’s birth certificates with certified translation, if applicable
- Principal Applicant’s birth certificates with certified translation, if applicable
- Spouse’s birth certificates with certified translation, if applicable
FAQ: What if I was issued an electronic I-94? Some I-94s at air and sea ports are now issued by a passport stamp and an electronic record you can access online. Your electronic record of admission may be accessed by at www.cbp.gov/I94, please send us a printed copy or a screenshot. Land border entries will continue to receive a paper Form I-94 from CBP.
If you have trouble accessing your electronic I-94 after several attempts and methods, you can contact deferred inspection. Find more information on deferred inspection here and the closest deferred inspection site here. If you still cannot access your I-94, please let us know.
- Address in the US and your address in your home country
- Date of birth
- City and country of birth
- Current Nationality or Citizenship
- Phone number (work and home)
- What is your current immigration status?
- When does your current immigration status expire?
- Have you ever been through deportation proceedings? If yes, explain.
- Have you ever been arrested and/or convicted of anything here or abroad?
- Do you have a spouse and/or children? If yes, please provide: names, date of birth, place of birth, citizenship, and copies of all immigration documents.