“It was great to work with WeGreened on my NIW case. The attorneys and staffs were very responsive and provided detailed tutorials about preparing the documents. This made the whole process very smooth and pleasant.”
General Field: Computer Science
Position at the Time of Case Filing: Researcher
Country of Origin: China
State of Residence at the Time of Filing: Washington
Approval Notice Date: September 8th, 2021
Processing Time: 10 months, 6 days
A researcher holding a Ph.D. in computer science approached NAILG (North America Immigration Law Group) to file a strong petition on his behalf under the EB-2 NIW (National Interest Waiver) visa category. After a thorough review of his research on developing more efficient computer systems using modeling and optimization techniques, we concluded that it is of great importance because it is essential to the continued expansion of computer technologies, software applications, and systems into new industries, markets, and users.
Our client’s incredible credentials made it inevitable for us to countersign the client-attorney agreement and began with preparing a solid NIW petition on our client’s behalf. Here are a few attributes we listed in his petition dossier:
- We noted the 8 peer-reviewed conference papers (5 of them first-authored) he published in no fewer than 2 highly ranked peer-reviewed conferences according to Google scholar rankings which constitute an objective measure of the degree to which a journal has achieved a high level of influence in its field.
- We specified his noteworthy research results have been cited a total of 177 times, signifying that his publications are widely recognized and relied upon in the field of computer science. Not only did he publish his work and influence his peers, but he was also acknowledged as a respected peer reviewer for several highly acclaimed journals. Hence, it is pretty translucent that he is seen as an expert in topics related to the field of computer science.
- In addition, we discussed that his study has been supported by funding from the National Science Foundation (NSF), benefitting scientific progress in the United States. Also, this financial support serves as evidence that his work actively proffers these goals by improving the performance and accuracy of caching systems, which improves overall efficiency and is therefore inherently valuable to a technologically advanced nation like the United States.
- Moreover, we detailed that since the internet sector of the United States economy is one of the largest in addition to being one of the fastest-growing. Additionally, the internet sector directly employs 6 million Americans and indirectly supports another 13 million jobs, making it among the largest sectors by employment in the United States as well. Thus, our client’s research impacts a vast array of industries due to the aforementioned reliance on computer systems and software applications, therefore, his work is fundamentally important to the United States from an economic perspective as well.
Overall, we are thankful to our client for choosing us to help him with his I-140 NIW case and achieving approval on his behalf. We sincerely congratulate him for achieving this breakthrough, and we would also like to thank him for allowing us to be an exclusive part of this successful petition process.
North America Immigration Law Group (Chen Immigration Law Associates) is a U.S. immigration law firm dedicated to representing corporations, research institutions, and individuals from all 50 U.S. states regarding I-140 immigration petitions. We specialize in employment-based immigration petition and have a proven record of high success rate for the categories of: EB2-NIW (National Interest Waiver), EB1-A (Alien of Extraordinary Ability), EB1-B (Outstanding Researcher/Professor) and O-1 (Alien of Extraordinary Ability).
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