Success Stories: 12 Days after Filing, a Senior Mixed Signal Engineer from China with 132 Citations in the Field of Electrical Engineering Procures an EB-1A Petition Approval (No RFE)


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On May 18th, 2016, we received another EB-1A (Alien of Extraordinary Ability) approval for a Senior Mixed Signal Engineer in the Field of Electrical Engineering (Approval Notice).


General Field: Electrical Engineering

Position at the Time of Case Filing: Senior Mixed Signal Engineer

Country of Origin: China

Service Center: Texas Service Center (TSC)

State of Residence at the Time of Filing: New Hampshire

Approval Notice Date: May 18th, 2016

Processing Time: 12 Days (Premium Processing Requested)

Case Summary:

For many years, our client has been an important member of the electrical engineering research community. Her impactful findings have propelled her to the top of the field and her insights are highly valued by numerous researchers around the world. When she approached North America Immigration Law Group (NAILG) for help to file an EB-1A (Alien of Extraordinary Ability) petition, we followed protocol and evaluated her credentials to make sure that we could build a strong EB-1A case on her behalf. Once we established that we could, a privileged attorney-client relationship arose.

Proving our client’s worth:

Although we knew just how important our client is to the United States, we needed to prove it to the USCIS. We started off by encouraging her to reach out to several of her peers and request for recommendation letters. To our pleasure, our client returned with six signed letters, all of which earnestly called for the approval of her EB-1A petition. This is what one of her recommenders had to say about the value of her work on integrated circuit chips: “She has made significant progress in our available semiconductor technologies. Her current cutting-edge research is also directly related to important national interests of the United States.” Another recommender commented on her leadership role in the field: “I can attest that [Client] has received national and international acclaim and recognition from her peers for her achievements and that she possesses a level of expertise in this extremely competitive arena that distinguishes her as one of the very few who have risen to the top of the field.” Besides these recommendation letters, our client’s EB-1A petition packet was also composed of details on the 132 citations to her work, the 10 published articles and 23 conference papers to her name, her 3 patents, and the impressive 50 times she conducted peer reviews for scientific journals.

Thanks to Premium Processing (PP), our client received notification of case approval just 12 days after we filed the case on her behalf. We congratulate her for coming this far and we wish her the best as she continues to improve our electronic devices and communication systems by enabling the development of smaller, faster, and more efficient components.

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