Success Stories: Having Got His NIW Approval With Our Help, a Manufacturing Engineer from Bangladesh Decides to Retain Us for His I-485 Application


Client’s Testimonial:

“Thank you again for all the help.”

On March 1st, 2022, we received another EB-2 NIW (National Interest Waiver) approval for a Manufacturing Engineer in the Field of Materials Engineering (Approval Notice).

General Field: Materials Engineering

Position at the Time of Case Filing: Manufacturing Engineer

Country of Origin: Bangladesh

State of Residence at the Time of Filing: Kansas

Approval Notice Date: March 1st, 2022

Processing Time: 12 months, 26 days

Case Summary:

When we found that the proposed endeavor of our client, a Manufacturing Engineer from Bangladesh, is to continue his research on identifying new surface modification techniques for improving the properties of manufactured materials in order to facilitate the design of high-performance, low-cost materials for use in biomedical devices, industrial parts, consumer products, and other applications, we decided that his case had merit. Even so, we ran a full background check to ascertain our path forward. NAILG (North America Immigration Law Group) suggested the client to make a detailed inventory of his academic and professional achievements. This was then utilized by our team of experts to form a case that would be set for victory. Personalizing his petition packet we went on to include the following information in it.

  • We saw that his research had been published in 7 peer-reviewed journal articles (5 of them first-authored) and 3 peer-reviewed conference papers (2 of them first-authored).
  • Moreover, these papers had been published in the top journals in the field. He had thus authored 1 paper that ranks among the top 1%, 1 paper that ranks among the top 10%, and 1 paper that ranks among the top 20% of most-cited articles across the entire field of Engineering for their respective years of publication.
  • Not only had he successfully completed and published the results of his research in the field, but his research has also gone on to influence his peers. That is, his publications had been cited a total of 175 times according to Google Scholar, thereby demonstrating that these publications are widely recognized and relied upon in the field of materials engineering.
  • His research had in fact also been supported with funding from NASA. This funding is reserved solely for research directed at advancing the national interest, including research related to aerospace that enables their mission of expanding scientific knowledge of earth and outer space in order to benefit the economic, technological, and humanitarian interests of the U.S.

Furthermore, the letter of recommendation he was able to obtain from peers and experts in the field also testified to the importance of his work here in the U.S.A. We were thus glad to know that he received an NIW approval due to our deliberations. We are certain that he will continue to enrich the field of Material Engineering with his research and publications. We thus wish him the very best in all of his future endeavors. We are also thankful to him for retaining us to represent him on his I-485 case.

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