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General Field: Nanotechnology
Position at the Time of Case Filing: Senior Scientist
Country of Origin: China
State of Residence at the Time of Filing: Pennsylvania
Approval Notice Date: May 19th, 2023
Processing Time: 5 days (Premium Processing Requested)
A senior scientist contacted our law firm to help her establish her significant contributions to the U.S. by filing for an EB-1B (Outstanding Professors and Researchers) visa category. We presented her unique executive background and unprecedented experience necessary to her current and future work at the USCIS.
Upon reviewing her credentials, we found that our client has completed her:
- Ph.D. in environmental engineering and has an unparalleled documented record of authorship in her field of endeavor.
- Her work has been published in some of the most prestigious, high-impact journals resulting in 11 peer-reviewed scientific articles.
- Moreover, she has already conducted at least 5 reviews for journals to date and her work has been cited by other scholars in numerous published articles as well. According to Google Scholar, her work has been cited a total of 109 times.
Furthermore, she has made substantial contributions to the field of nanotechnology. Specifically, her specialized research has focused on evaluating the effects of nanotechnology on human and ecosystems, and advancing it for environmental sensing applications. Her research addresses some of our nation’s most pressing issues and challenges of nanotechnology. Her strong background in nanotechnology has allowed her research to be particularly original and novel.
Her case was further supported by four recommendation letters that she obtained from her fellow experts in the field, corroborating how her work has helped set the course for much subsequent research in this area. Therefore, one of the recommenders stated:
“Notably, [client’s] research supports the notion that, in addition to the ITCZ, the weak La Niña in the tropical Pacific during the H1 season might influence regional changes in precipitation in East Asia, which in turn influences the devastating drought in the Jianghuai region and the fluctuations in precipitation in the Asian monsoon season.”
The totality of this evidence, thus shows that our client has been internationally recognized and fully qualified as an outstanding researcher in the field of nanotechnology.
Furthermore, her research work received funding support from the NSF, NSFC, the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA), the National Institutes of Health (NIH), and the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), thereby signifying that her study met strict funding criteria for having a positive social impact on the American public.
Our team’s efforts successfully paid off in conveying to the USCIS that our client’s essential experience in the field of nanotechnology has afforded her vast knowledge and formidable skills, which are a significant asset to any research setting and thus set her apart as a vital researcher in her field of expertise today. We would like to congratulate her on securing her EB1B case approval, which was adjudicated in only 5 days instead of 9-12 months (Thanks to Premium Processing). We wish her to receive her green card as soon as possible.
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