Yes, sometimes people opt to file for both the EB1 and EB2 to increase their chances of approval.
However, there are a couple of things to keep in mind:
- Both applications should be consistent with each other. The information should be the same and not contradict each other.
- One application may be more appropriate than the other. The details of your situation matter.
There’s nothing in the rulebook that says you can’t apply for both, but it might make more sense to put your efforts into one. Perhaps the process will be simpler and the results may be achieved faster.
You should consult an immigration attorney about how you should proceed.
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