Success Stories: NIW Petition Approved for Assistant Professor from Vietnam in the Field of Mathematical Biophysics with the Help of Our Customized Petition Packet


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On February 28th, 2020, we received another NIW (National Interest Waiver) approval for an Assistant Professor in the Field of Mathematical Biophysics (Approval Notice).

General Field: Mathematical Biophysics

Position at the Time of Case Filing: Assistant Professor

Country of Origin: Vietnam

State of Residence at the Time of Filing: Michigan

Approval Notice Date: February 28th, 2020

Processing Time: 6 months, 7 days

Case Summary:

Nearly 6 months after the North America Immigration Law Group (NAILG) filed a customized EB-2 NIW (National Interest Waiver) petition on behalf of an assistant professor, USCIS granted the approval of his I-140 petition. With our impressive success rate of over 16,000 case approvals, there is no surprise that we have once again helped our client achieve a successful I-140 petition.

To build a strong case, our legal team carefully reviewed his credentials and submitted extensive evidence of his remarkable academic background and achievements. Our client, as an advanced degree professional in the field of mathematical biophysics, focuses his research on modeling molecular biology and biophysics using mathematical approaches. His research is of great national importance due to the fact that it has advanced knowledge within the field of mathematical biophysics and greatly aided in improving health care. Moreover, his work on flexibility-rigidity index (FRI) is significant to global healthcare and the efficacy of medication, as protein flexibility plays an integral role in drug design.

In the petition letter, we have also emphasized his research skills and discoveries in his professional field. His work has resulted in 12 peer-reviewed journal articles (10 of them first-authored) and 1 peer-reviewed conference article, and have been cited a total of 110 times collectively. We also included the 2 times our client assessed the work of his peers. 4 letters of recommendation signed by leading researchers in his field were also included in the petition dossier. According to one of the recommenders: “His work has had major implications for new technologies that incorporate electromagnetism, such as nondestructive testing tools used in subsurface sensing technology and microwave imaging adopted as an alternative to an X-ray mammography for early detection of breast cancer. Research aimed at enhancing current therapeutic strategies for such diseases is a valuable addition to this discipline, and [client’s] work has been a valuable addition to the mathematical biophysics field in this regard.”

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