Success Stories: An Indian Senior Engineer in Chemical Engineering Gets EB1-B Approval in Just 11 days, Thanks to Premium Processing Upgrade and Help from Our Diligent Team


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On November 23rd, 2021, we received another EB-1B (Outstanding Professors and Researchers) approval for a Senior Engineer in the Field of Chemical Engineering (Approval Notice).

General Field: Chemical Engineering

Position at the Time of Case Filing: Senior Engineer

Country of Origin: India

State of Residence at the Time of Filing: Idaho

Approval Notice Date: November 23rd, 2021

Processing Time: 11 days (Premium Processing Requested)

Case Summary:

The EB1-B (Outstanding Professor or Researcher) is a subcategory of the priority worker criteria. Those who are a noncitizen of extraordinary ability, are outstanding professors or researchers, or are a certain multinational executive or manager are eligible for this criterion of visa application. So when an Indian senior engineer who had already made substantial contributions to the field of chemical engineering came to us seeking help with his EB1-B application, we made sure to help him in the best way possible. We found that his specialized research has focused on ionic liquids, polymer nanostructures, and semiconductor device structures, thus his research addressed some of the U.S.’s most pressing issues in understanding novel computer memory technologies.

It was thus evident that his work was indeed of much value to the country and was indeed in alignment with the country’s interests. We were also able to track that he was well placed to continue his research in the area. This left us with his academic history and publication history, which we used in the rest of his petition to make sure of his victory. We showed that:

  • His work has resulted in 6 peer-reviewed scientific articles, 1 U.S. patent, and 1 U.S. patent application.
  • Moreover, these works have been cited 66 times in other peer-reviewed journal articles according to Google Scholar.
  • He had also been invited to conduct reviews 25 times in the past.
  • He was also able to obtain 4 letters of recommendation from other experts in the field, one of which stated:

“[The client] has certainly shown that he plays a vital role in the progress and future success of the chemical engineering field. His work has provided valuable information, not just to scientists and laboratory experiments, but to real-life applications for meeting current and future needs as well. This makes him a leading scientist and an asset to the chemical engineering community.”

Thus it became very clear that he would prove a valuable asset to the United States and the scientific community on the whole, which made his case approval possible in just 11 days. Thanks to the premium processing upgrade and our team of experts who could make this possible in such a short period. We wish our client the very best in all future endeavors.

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