Tulsa, OK asked in Immigration Law for Oklahoma

Q: Would an EB-4 Visa work for Christian Pakistani Refugee (UNHCR) (wife deceased) who fled Pakistan 6 years ago from?

He fled under life threat with his 4 adult children (all over 21) and 1 married adult child with 2 children. All 9 persons are living in Kuala Lumpur Malaysia. My desire is to bring them all to work in the US. but thinking maybe get the Dad in and then use him to help bring the rest over. 2 adult children are degreed Nurses. The married son-in-law is a Baker and the 1 adult son is a school teacher. The 2 youngest adult children need to finish their education started in Pakistan. I would appreciate any better plan of action if you can suggest a better way. I consider them family but it is not biological. I am a us citizen living in Oklahoma and would do what I could to financially help them get proper documents.

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Hector E. Quiroga
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A: You could try. Immigration through employment is difficult. Your best bet would be to consult with an immigration attorney who has experience with employment based immigration to see what options are available.

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