“Great News, thank you very much for your support all these months. This will be a great leap forward for my professional life, and it was you who made it possible.”
General Field: Industrial Engineering
Position at the Time of Case Filing: Senior Economic Analyst
Country of Origin: Iran
Service Center: Nebraska Service Center (NSC)
Approval Notice Date: March 6th, 2017
Processing Time: 14 months
Exactly 14 months after North America Immigration Law Group (WeGreened.com) filed an EB-2 NIW (National Interest Waiver) petition for an Iranian client based in Norway, the USCIS approved his petition. It usually takes them between 4-9 months to adjudicate I-140 petitions and the reason why they spent over a year on our client’s petition is because they issued a Request for Evidence (RFE). According to the USCIS website, an RFE is issued when “an application/petition is lacking required documentation/evidence (initial evidence) or the officer needs more documentation/evidence (additional evidence) to determine an applicant’s eligibility for the benefit sought. We may send you a request for evidence at any stage of our review. The request will indicate what evidence or information is needed for us to fully evaluate your application or petition. The notice will explain where to send the evidence and will give the deadline for your response.” As part of our services, we promptly put together a strong response to the RFE and submitted it to the USCIS before the deadline. Thanks to our diligent efforts, our client secured NIW petition not long after.
In preparing our client’s NIW petition, we chose to focus on details that proved he is one of only a handful of researchers who can obtain such impactful results in the field of industrial engineering. We detailed his 7 peer-reviewed journal articles (all of them first-authored) and 5 articles in conference proceedings as well as the 34 citations gathered from his work. Most importantly, we carefully accounted for his work on investment and decision analysis. Overall, we demonstrated that our client’s research results have directly contributed to better decision-making in the energy and financial services sectors in the United States. Additionally, we proved that his project selection research efforts are contributing to the United States’ energy efficiency and independence.
To support our case, we enlisted our client to obtain recommendation letters from his peers. He returned with five strong letters, one of which contained this statement: “Considering the benefits that [Client’s] research brings to portfolio cultivation and energy resource management, it is essential that he continues it. The United States is an excellent location for him to do so.”
Immigrant Visa Processing (IVP):
Now that our client has an approved NIW petition, he can undergo IVP—the final step in the green card process for applicants who live outside the US. Our client will have to pay the fees, submit the right paperwork, and attend an interview at the American embassy in his country of residence. Assuming everything goes according to plan, he will receive an immigrant visa which he will then use to enter the US as a permanent resident. We wish him well with this step and thank him for choosing us to work on his NIW petition. To learn more about IVP, please visit http://www.wegreened.com/Immigrant-Visa-Processing.
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).
Our Ten Thousand I-140 Approvals Provide Unprecedented Insight into the USCIS Adjudication Trend
With more than 16,000 EB-1A, EB-1B, EB-2 NIW and O-1 cases approved, we have first hand information on the manner in which the USCIS adjudicate I-140 cases. As the USCIS has constantly changed its adjudication standards for the EB-1A, EB-1B and EB-2 NIW categories, our firm's huge database of successful cases gives you unprecedented insight to USCIS adjudication trends. We carefully analyze the data for all of our cases and apply the results of our analyses toward giving our clients up-to-date advice and adapting our strategies such that we remain on par with the ever-shifting landscape of immigration law in the U.S. With us, you will always have access to important updates, strategies, and information so that you can make the most informed decisions about your case.
We Have Helped Hundreds and Thousands of Clients with Credentials and Backgrounds Similar to Yours
With our exceedingly large number of successful petitions, no matter what credentials you have, no matter your background and field of expertise, no matter your visa status or nationality, chances are we have helped hundreds or even thousands of clients just like you. Our clients are usually impressed with how well we understand their research and work. Our insight and understanding stems from the fact that we have handled many cases with elements similar to yours already, and this helps us devise the best strategies for each individual petition.
Vast Majority of Clients Came to Us Because of Referrals
For years, our firm has attracted new clients based solely on word of mouth, recommendations, and the positive collaboration experiences shared with them by their friends and family. We take pride in our reputation and work hard to ensure that we provide a green card application experience that our clients are happy to share with their friends and colleagues. That is how our approved cases grew from 600 in 2013 to over 3,500 in 2019.
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