Success Stories: Associate Scientist from Taiwan Obtains National Interest Waiver (NIW) in Just 8 Days, No RFE Issued


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June 1stst2023 we received another one EB-2 NIW (Renunciation of national interest) approval for an associate scientist in the field of virology (Approval notice).

General area: Virology

Position at the time of submission of the file: Associate Scientist

Native country: Taiwan

State of residence at time of filing: new York

Approval notice Date: June 1st2023

Processing time : 8 days (Premium Processing requested)

Summary of the case:

Holder of a Ph.D. in biomedical sciences hired North American Immigration Law Group to help him file a NIW (Renunciation of national interest) petition. Our team carefully evaluated his impressive credentials before taking on his case, and we were confident we could help him obtain the National Interest Waiver. We pride ourselves on our personalized approach to customizing I-140 petitions, which we believe has contributed to our high approval rate. Our goal is to demonstrate to USCIS that the research proposed by our client is relevant to reducing the health and economic impact of viral infections, including SARS-CoV-2 and enterovirus.

We have included the following indicators in its NIW petition file.

  • Our client, an expert in virology, is continuing his research to create a high-throughput screening platform. This platform will facilitate the study of factors involved in viral replication, which could lead to better diagnostic and treatment strategies for emerging infectious diseases.
  • We recognized the fact that its research is crucial to advancing the global response to emerging infectious diseases, thereby reducing their economic and health impact.
  • Additionally, our client has achieved impressive feats by publishing influential articles in 9 leading peer-reviewed journals in their chosen field. His publication record includes 14 peer-reviewed journal articles (including 1 first author and 1 co-first author) and 1 published U.S. patent. This demonstrates his productivity in the field and defines the characteristics of his academic career. We presented our client’s publications as evidence of his contributions to the field, which have been cited 785 times.
  • After drafting the petition, we also included four letters of recommendation from experts in the field to strengthen his case. They further confirmed that our client’s proposed project has significant implications for the United States, where infectious diseases have a major impact on the national healthcare system and economy. As viral infectious diseases represent a significant financial burden, there is an urgent need to allocate resources to virology research, as viral infections can quickly become a public health crisis. As a leading researcher in this field, he is a valuable asset to the United States’ efforts to combat infectious diseases.

We have indeed received another success in our bucket in providing the necessary help to our client. He got a NIW approval quickly thanks to USCIS expedited service, which has a fast submission time. Our high approval rate and ability to quickly submit client files means that NIW high-end processing service, win-win for our customers. USCIS sent the approval notification only 8 days after filing. We thank our client for choosing our law firm and trusting us throughout the process. We wish him a bright future.

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