Immigrants of Extraordinary Ability
What do Yoko Ono, Psy, and Pelé have in common? They are all considered immigrants of extraordinary ability. What does this distinction mean, and how can someone earn it? Readers discover the answers to these and many more questions as they explore the lives of some of the most famous immigrants of extraordinary ability. The engaging, informative text provides readers with a closer look at this little-known aspect of U.S. immigration policy. Full-color photographs of these men and women and sidebars that enhance the main text are also included.