Success Stories: Thanks to Our Diligent Team of Experts, National Interest Waiver Approval Received for a Research Assistant in Computer Science from Bangladesh


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On April 26th, 2022, we received another EB-2 NIW (National Interest Waiver) approval for a Research Assistant in the Field of Computer Science (Approval Notice).

General Field: Computer Science

Position at the Time of Case Filing: Research Assistant

Country of Origin: Bangladesh

Approval Notice Date: April 26th, 2022

Processing Time: 12 months, 11 days

Case Summary:

As an expert in the field of computer science, our NIW (National Interest Waiver) client’s proposed endeavor was to continue devising novel scientific software testing techniques for use within the sustainable software development process and creating mobile as well as web applications that resolve existing challenges for government agencies. He hailed from Bangladesh and was working as a research assistant at the time, with a Ph.D. in computer science. This gave us the initial nudge to look into his professional and academic career to find other relevant data that could be used in his petition letter to the USCIS.

So our team jump-started their efforts soon after signing the attorney-client agreement with him and dug up the following information from the documents he provided:

  • We found that his research is of great importance in promoting significant progress within the systematic testing of scientific software. This software is essential in helping researchers across various fields improve their critical decision-making and achieve their scientific objectives, but as with all software, it is prone to errors, bugs, and faulty coding that impacts its validity and accuracy.
  • Secondly, we saw that he is clearly providing valuable research that ensures the sustainability of scientific programs and optimizes critical decision-making of researchers operating in bioinformatics, machine learning, and various other domains.
  • At the same time, due to its clear national importance, his research has in fact been supported with funding from the National Science Foundation (NSF) and the U.S. Department of Transportation’s Federal Highway Administration (FHWA).
  • We also found that he intends to continue to pursue research related to devising novel scientific software testing techniques for use within the sustainable software development process and creating mobile as well as web applications that resolve existing challenges for government agencies, in particular extending the utility of his experiments to address issues within domains such as bioinformatics, precision agriculture, and others.
  • Academically speaking, his research had resulted in 3 peer-reviewed conference papers (all of them first-authored) and these publications had been cited a total of 12 times according to Google Scholar.
  • He had thus collected over 6 years of valuable experience working in this chosen field and had also gathered 3 letters of recommendation from other experts. One of them said:

“[The client’s] focus on software testing was borne directly from his work in development and therefore is uniquely tuned to the nuances of software development and testing associated with complex platforms. His work in this area has been innovative, contributing to testing capacities of software programs that were previously thought untestable, and substantially reducing the costs associated with defective software and trial-and-error protocol that consume time and money. These efforts are enabled directly by [the client’s] advanced computer science skills, underscoring his value to the scientific community and to wider society.”

Thus, we made sure that his petition contained every information that could be required to prove the significance of his work for the United States and this is how we won his approval for him. We are glad to have had the opportunity to work with him and we thank him for his patience and trust.

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