Success Stories: A Professor and Rector from Sudan Secured NIW Approval in the Field of Cardiothoracic Medicine with Our Custom-Made Petition Packet


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On March 5th, 2021, we received another EB-2 NIW (National Interest Waiver) approval for a Professor and Rector in the Field of Cardiothoracic Medicine (Approval Notice).

General Field: Cardiothoracic Medicine

Position at the Time of Case Filing: Professor and Rector

Country of Origin: Sudan

Country of Residence at the Time of Filing: Sudan

Approval Notice Date: March 5th, 2021

Processing Time: 10 months, 25 days

Case Summary:

An EB-2 NIW (National Interest Waiver) petition approval was permitted to a professor and rector holding an MD in medicine. Before starting with the attorney-client relationship, our expert team assessed all of his testimonies to establish the NIW success. We confirmed that we could help him acquire the national interest waiver after thorough verification. Our team accumulated some relevant information about his achievement and we started preparing his case. We highlighted the following details in his petition packet:

  • Publication Record, Citation Count, and Peer-review Experience: We noted the 29 peer-reviewed journal articles (17 of them first-authored) and 2 book chapters (one of them co-first-authored) he published that amassed 485 citations. This demonstrated his work’s impact on the field and that these accomplishments have well-positioned him to continue advancing his research in the field of cardiothoracic medicine. Also, he had conducted at least 1 review for highly acclaimed journals, further demonstrating his elevated standing in the field.
  • Research Description: We defined our client’s research on the application of molecular medicine to cardiothoracic diseases, such as echinococcosis, by using advanced molecular and phylogenetic techniques. Our priority was to determine that his research in this area is of great importance because it is both enriching the field’s understanding of under-researched cardiothoracic infections and producing innovative methodologies for diagnosing and treating them.
  • Recommendation Letters: In addition, we included four recommendation letters gathered from his peers. The following statement is excerpted from one of the letters:

“The advanced research of [client] is advancing the field of cardiothoracic medicine by developing an early screening and therapeutic regime that simplifies treatment and eliminates the need for surgery. Such innovations substantially progress the field and benefit individuals around the globe.”

Successful Result: We persuaded the USCIS of our client’s education, experience, and expertise, the record of publication and citation, and history of successful research in the field to establish that it is beneficial to the United States and he deserves his NIW petition approval. The team at North America Immigration Law Group would like to congratulate him on achieving this NIW victory and wishes him well in his future endeavors.

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