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General Field: Aerosol Science
Position at the Time of Case Filing: Senior Research Engineer
Country of Origin: China
Service Center: Texas Service Center (TSC)
State of Residence at the Time of Filing: Minnesota
Approval Notice Date: March 15th, 2016
Processing Time: 11 months, 12 days (Premium Processing Requested)
A senior research engineer working in the field of aerosol science hired North America Immigration Law Group (WeGreened.com) to put together a convincing EB-1B (Outstanding Professors and Researchers) petition packet on his behalf. As EB1B is an employer-sponsored visa category, our client had to first convince his employer—a private company—to serve as the petitioner. Only once he received his employer’s full support did he sign the contract with us.
EB-1B Petition Dossier:
As with all our cases, we worked diligently to help our client present a strong petition to the USCIS. We started by encouraging our client to contact a list of experts in his field for recommendation letters—we made sure that these experts were familiar with our client’s research and/or had directly worked with him. Our client persuaded six experts to lend their support, all of whom signed off on letters that attested to the value of our client’s research on atmospheric nucleation and aerosol mass measurement to the United States. For instance, one of these experts stated that “The United States benefits greatly from hosting the most innovating and effective minds in any research field, and [Client] is one such elite-level researcher in aerosol science. His proven ability to recalibrate and enhance existing measurement instruments means that he is invaluable to climate change research and technological innovations.” Besides recommendation letters, our EB-1B petition dossier consisted of data on the 239 citations to our client’s work, his 7 publications, and the 11 times he conducted peer reviews for scientific journals.
Despite our meticulously presented EB1B petition, the USCIS took longer than usual to adjudicate it. We raised a service request on our client’s behalf when the average time frame went beyond what we expected. The USCIS responded by saying that our client’s petition was under extended review. Four months after they sent us a reply, they approved the petition.
Final Step towards a Green Card:
Approximately two months after we received an approval notice for our client’s EB-1B petition, we filed an I-485 application on his behalf. This is the final step in the green card process and once approved, our client will receive his green card. We join him as he eagerly awaits a favorable decision from the USCIS..
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