Your Complete Guide to National Interest Waivers and EB1 Green Cards

National Interest Waiver – Success Story

Dr. Albert X – Micro-Biologist

Dr. X received his PhD from a well known United States University in the field of micro-biology. He went on in his field as a researcher working for a well known professor who is affiliated with another well known United States University.

In 2009 Dr. X retained the Ranchod Law Group to complete an NIW petition. We determined that based on his experience and educational background it would be best to emphasize the great number of US National (NIW) grants which were awarded to fund various projects that he was involved with. We advised Dr. X on what types of expertise and skills to emphasize and aided him in obtaining appropriate letters of recommendation from colleagues in his academic field. In many instances we edited his letters of support and asked that his colleagues in his academic field review and approve our changes and sign their letters again.

We carefully compiled his documentation and wrote a detailed supporting brief which brought all of the elements of his background together in a compelling way which served to support our contention that Dr. X’s U.S. permanent residence status was in the national interest.

We submitted the petition along with an adjustment of status application on November 20. 2009. The petition was approved on January 14th 2010, in just seven weeks. On February 12, 2010, in just over twelve weeks, Dr. X received an approval of the entire permanent residence application. Because of our diligent work in preparing this petition and the supporting documents, Dr. X went from a  nonimmigrant, temporary work visa holder to a permanent resident in just twelve weeks.

We would be honored to look at your qualifications and help you to determine if you too are a candidate for a permanent resident application based on an national interest waiver petition. Contact us at 415-986-6186 to discuss whether you qualify for a National Interest Waiver.

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