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General Field: Experimental Physical Chemistry
Position at the Time of Case Filing: Lecturer
Country of Origin: India
State of Residence at the Time of Filing: Georgia
Approval Notice Date: January 23rd, 2020
Processing Time: 10 months, 24 days
Texas Service Center (TSC) found our client, an Indian lecturer, to be a deserving candidate for EB-1A (Alien of Extraordinary Ability). The fact that her work aids the United States in understanding biologically active molecules undoubtedly paved the way for EB-1A approval. Before establishing an attorney-client relationship, North America Immigration Law Group (NAILG) carefully studied our client’s credentials to determine her veracity. Once we were assured that her credentials qualified her for EB-1A, we counter-signed the retainer agreement and got to work building her case. Here are some of the key points we focused on:
- Research Details: In order to prove that our client’s work is important to the United States, we first had to account for and understand her research focus. Largely thanks to the comprehensive research summary which she provided us, we determined that her work is focused on the different excited state photophysical processes of fluorescent molecules and the modulation of their fluorescence behavior. We established that her findings are essential to the nation as they provide a deeper understanding about the mechanisms of numerous chemical and molecular interactions.
- Citation Count and Publication: Our client’s extensive experience in the field of experimental physical chemistry had led to the publication of 26 peer-reviewed journal articles and 1 book chapter, all of which had been cited a total of 569 times when we filed the case.
- Peer Review Service: To further illustrate our client’s leadership role in the field, we noted the 40 times she had conducted peer review for various high-impact scientific journals.
- Additional Evidence: Like any legal case, we had to present evidence to support our argument that our client deserved to get one step closer to a green card. We did this by urging our client to collect recommendation letters from a handful of her peers. These letters confirmed the value of our client’s work to the US and contained statements such as: “Through her network of influence, [client] has substantiated a uniquely valued position in experimental physical chemistry. Her impact in the community of experimental physical chemistry research is undeniable, and her work ensures proper identification of copper and fluoride levels. This impact is apparent in her citation record. A researcher’s citation record is a testament to his or her value in the field. ” The customized EB-1A petition packet which we arranged for our client also included figures and tables to indicate that our client’s publications have been cited at a much higher rate than those of other researchers in the field, distinguishing her from her peers.
We congratulate our client for securing an EB-1A petition approval and we thank her for choosing to work with our law firm. It was a pleasure helping her with the first step of the green card process and we wish her the best with her continued research in the United States.
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