Success Stories: A Visiting Assistant Professor from Bangladesh Secured NIW Approval in the Field of Industrial Engineering in Only a Week


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On December 27th, 2023, we received another EB-2 NIW (National Interest Waiver) approval for a Visiting Assistant Professor in the field of Industrial Engineering (Approval Notice).

General Field: Industrial Engineering

Position at the Time of Case Filing: Visiting Assistant Professor

Country of Origin: Bangladesh

State of Residence at the Time of Filing: Indiana

Approval Notice Date: December 27th, 2023

Processing Time: 7 days (Premium Processing Requested)

Case Summary:

A Ph.D. holder in industrial engineering was approved as a visiting assistant professor for an EB-2 NIW (National Interest Waiver) petition. The North American Immigration Law Group ( evaluated her credentials before starting a client-attorney relationship to assess the success of her NIW. After a careful assessment, we could assist her in obtaining the waiver of the national interest in just 7 days. Following our team’s determination of the pertinent data to include in her petition packet, we emphasized the following points to strengthen her NIW case:

  • Publication Record and Citation Count: We noted the 2 peer-reviewed journal articles (one of them first-authored), 5 peer-reviewed conference articles (2 of them first-authored), and 1 technical report she published in no fewer than 2 highly ranked peer-reviewed journals, which amassed 20 citations. Thus, her citatory record demonstrates the major impact of her original contributions to the field of industrial engineering.
  • Research Description: We outlined our client’s research which focused on investigating human factors engineering principles related to transportation in order to improve personal and occupational road use safety among the elderly, minority populations, and people with disabilities. We also emphasized the great importance of her research because it directly addresses the pressing issues of accessibility and equity in transportation.

Besides, in order to improve road use safety for those with disabilities, minorities, and the elderly, her study on human aspects of engineering concepts related to transportation has significant merit and national significance. Her research has implications for road safety and autonomous driving, among other areas. Thus, she is indispensable to the United States for making the nation’s transportation networks safer and more accessible to all Americans, regardless of age or ability.

Successful Result: We were able to demonstrate the relevance of our client’s work, which has served as an essential methodological benchmark for her peers seeking to refine human-computer interfaces for a range of applications, including privacy and security. As a result, USCIS considered her case and ultimately approved her NIW petition. We sincerely thank our
client for working with us to successfully obtain her I-140 approval. As she continues her fantastic initiative here in the United States, we wish her the best of luck.

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