NIW Approval for a PhD Candidate and Research Assistant From India in the Field of Medical Biochemistry and Information Systems

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Another EB-2 NIW (National Interest Waiver) approval for a PhD Candidate and Research Assistant in the Field of Medical Biochemistry and Information System.

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Today we are glad to announce that a graduate of a prominent university in India with a strong background in Medical Biochemistry and expertise in information systems had her NIW petition approved.  Here in US, our client is currently working for a university in Texas.  Here at Aria Immigration Law Group, we know how to represent our clients before USCIS to become permanent residents.

To make this petition successful, we drafted 5 strong recommendation letters showing that our client’s knowledge was substantial enough to grant waiver.

In this petition, our qualified team of legal professionals understood how to present a proven record of research and development with a variety of tools and their application so that the USCIS would approve the petition.   Our objective was to establish that her research is in the interest of the country’s healthcare and Pharmaceutical industries. Along with other things, our report was comprised of his publication record of 6 peer-reviewed journal articles that had accumulated 18 citations at the time of filing. Furthermore, we remarked that she had performed 6 peer reviews for prominent journals, which further emphasized her active contributions to the field, and reflects his peers’ acknowledgment of the value of this research.

After 7 months of processing our client’s NIW petition, the USCIS granted him the National Interest waiver.

At Aria Immigration Law Group, our clients are foreign talents with highly specialized multi skill sets that are well-positioned to advance the science and industry in the United States.

Aria Immigration Law Group (Green Card Link) is a U.S. immigration law firm devoted to representing individuals, corporations, universities, and research institutions, from all U.S. states regarding I-140 immigration petitions. We specialize in employment-based immigration petitions and have a established record of high success rate for the classes of: EB2-NIW (National Interest Waiver), EB1-A (Alien of Extraordinary Ability) and EB1-B (Outstanding Researcher/Professor).

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