NIW (National Interest Waiver) Recommendation Letter Sample 4
NIW (National Interest Waiver) Recommendation Letter 4
RE: Form I-140 Petition of EB2 NIW (National Interest Waiver) for [The petitioner]
Dear USCIS Immigration Officer:
I am submitting this letter to support [the petitioner’s] petition for permanent residency in the United States under EB-2 NIW (National Interest Waiver). [The petitioner] made momentous scientific contributions in the area of two-dimensional turbulence in which non-invasive methods were applied with great capacity for future study. At XXXXX University, [the petitioner] has continued research in hydrodynamics, but now studies binary mixture systems. This work is particularly opportune because of possible impacts on oceanography studies and oil refining methods.
I am currently a Professor in the Department of Computer Science at XXX University. I obtained my Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering from Stanford University in 1992. I have been a Primary Researcher for XXXXXX Program supported by the U.S. Department of Defense. My works has been printed in several highly respected journals such as IEEE. I have presented my research at symposiums world-wide. Furthermore, I have served on the peer review panel for U.S. Department of National Defense research endowments, and have been asked to review articles for many leading scientific journals such as IEEE. Consequently, I believe I am well qualified to evaluate [the petitioner’s] contributions and research ability in the relevant area and the value to U.S. National Interest. I have attached a photocopy of my Curriculum Vitae for your appraisal.
I met [the petitioner] in 2002 when I was asked to visit Professor XXXXX’s lab at Duke University. During my 7 weeks there, [the petitioner] and I worked jointly on the research study of two-dimensional thermal convection. I noted his extensive knowledge and special insight in physics during this time, especially in the study of fluid turbulence. Although I have not been in contact with [the petitioner] in the last few years, I noticed from reading the journals that his professional career is exploding. For example, he has published works just within the last 16 months 6 articles in the Physical Review Letters, unquestionably one of the best physics journals in the world. This is a remarkable accomplishment for a researcher in the field. Many universities around the world offer full professorships based on a single publication in this journal.
[The petitioner’s] research at Duke University concentrated on the important and extremely challenging problem of two-dimensional turbulence. Surprisingly, the flow of structures that are effectively two dimensional is fairly common, occurring in many biological membranes and thin films. Therefore, [the petitioner’s] research on comprehending turbulence in two dimensional structures will have widespread impacts.
[The petitioner] made substantial scientific contributions to the area of two-dimensional turbulence where new non-invasive methods were utilized with great potential for future study. Significant results were also achieved by [the petitioner] in the area of polymer-turbulence exchanges where polymer stretching reveals a dramatic influence on quenching turbulence. He also achieved innovative, vital and surprising results concerning the exponential tail for the decomposing two-dimensional turbulence. These results might lead to new discoveries in the area of final stage physics of a vortex liquid.
[The petitioner’s] excellent research in the field of science, and the additional benefits to U.S. national interest have been nationally and internationally recognized. He was chosen as a senior member of IEEE, a leading scientific research association. These positions are only offered to those who have shown distinguished accomplishments as a pioneering researcher in the area of electrical engineering.
In conclusion, I feel that [the petitioner] is a talented researcher who is making significant contributions to the U.S. economy, and his work is in U.S. national interest. I support [the petitioner’s] application for U.S. permanent residence status fervently and without hesitation. I will gladly provide any additional data that will be helpful in the evaluation process for approval of this application.
Center for XXXXXX
About NIW (National Interest Waiver) Reference Letters
Area Law Group firmly believes that strong reference letters are important to a successful NIW petition. For this reason, our firm drafts the reference letters for our clients without adding cost to the client so that customized reference letters will be submitted. Drafting good reference letters is dependent upon an awareness of the USCIS regulations and immigration law which cannot be replaced by templates.
Do not attempt to file a NIW (National Interest Waiver) petition without being fully prepared. This is a major step and should be taken seriously. Because of reckless filings, the timeframe for receiving a green card has recently been prolonged. If your case is rejected, you may refile under the same category. However, great care should be taken to improve your submission or the possibility of another rejection is greatly increased.