Success Stories: Indian Assistant Professor in the field of Molecular Biology Obtains EB-1B Petition Approval in Just 7 Days with Premium Processing (PP)


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On July 3rd, 2019, we received another EB1-B (Outstanding Professors and Researchers) approval for an Assistant Professor in the Field of Molecular Biology (Approval Notice).

General Field: Molecular Biology

Position at the Time of Case Filing: Assistant Professor

Country of Origin: India

State of Residence at the Time of Filing: New York

Approval Notice Date: July 3rd, 2019

Processing Time: 7 Days (Premium Processing Requested)

Case Summary:

An Indian assistant professor in the field of molecular biology hired North American Immigration Law Group ( to help him file an EB-1B (Outstanding Professors and Researchers) petition. As EB-1B is an employer-sponsored I-140 category, we had to make sure that our client’s employer, a university based in New York—was willing to serve as the case petitioner. Once we received their confirmation, we proceeded to collect an array of information pertaining to our client’s research. With our help, his EB-1B petition was approved in just 7 days thanks to Premium Processing (PP).

In summary, we looked at how his studies have provided significant breakthroughs in understanding the genetics and molecular mechanisms underlying phenomena like hypertension, sperm development and fertilization, and disease. From this, we were able to establish that our client’s studies benefit the United States by providing new applications such as finding microRNAs able to reduce blood pressure in human subjects and a study of what role certain protein molecules play in sperm-oocyte interactions, and upon this, we premised our main argument for his continued stay in the country.

While preparing our client’s EB-1B petition, we focused on showcasing his strengths and competitive position in the scientific community. In order to demonstrate the influence of his work, we highlighted his outstanding achievements, which includes 4 peer reviews he performed, 14 peer-reviewed scientific articles, at least 2 cited conference abstracts, and 1 book chapter he published which have accumulated 174 citations.

With our rigorous and effective legal strategies in preparing our client’s I-140 petition, we were able to include necessary evidence and 4 expert testimonies to show that our client has been internationally recognized as outstanding in the field and would greatly benefit the development for the United States at large. We are pleased that our hard work paid off and that our client is now one big step closer to his green card.

Qualifications of EB1-B

EB-1B is a subcategory of priority worker. To be qualified in this category, the petition must show international recognition as being outstanding in a specific academic area. The foreign national must have at least three years of experience in teaching or research in the academic area. In addition, while no labor certification is required, there must be an offer of ongoing employment from the sponsoring employer. For a college or university teacher or researcher, the job must be for a tenured or tenure-track position. To learn more about EB-1B, please visit:

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