Success Stories: Despite RFP and Long Wait, NIW Approval Received for Russian Biochemistry Publisher


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January 25th2023 we received another one EB-2 NIW (Renunciation of national interest) approval of a publisher in the field of biochemistry (Approval notice).

General area: Biochemistry

Position at the time of submission of the file: Editor

Native country: Russia

State of residence at the time of filing: new York

Approval notice Date: January 25th2023

Processing time : 13 months, 18 days

Summary of the case:

When our client, at the time a publisher in the field of biochemistry in Russia, contacted the North American Immigration Law Group to help him file his NIW petition, we made sure to carefully review his credentials and accumulate the relevant data for his NIW petition file. So, we added the following:

  • We discovered that as an expert in the field of biochemistry, our client focuses on developing tools for genomic alignment, quantification of single-cell RNA sequencing (RNA-seq) data and l Analysis of allele-specific RNA-seq datasets to improve early disease detection in personalized molecular medicine.
  • Other professionals in the field have confirmed that our client’s track record of successful research has positioned them well to continue to advance the proposed project. We submitted four letters of recommendation in his petition file. One of them had the following statement:

“(The client’s) project has intrinsic value to the United States because it uncovers new avenues for disease testing that are minimally invasive, rapid and inexpensive. The United States Office of the Surgeon General reports that by expanding cardiovascular disease screening and prevention services alone, tens of thousands of lives will be saved each year. Given his contributions to early disease detection through extracellular RNA research, he has proven to be an asset to the public health goals of the United States.

  • Therefore, we were certain that our client’s research was of great importance as it addressed the genetic mechanisms of fundamental biological functions and molecular processes, with the particular aim of guiding the development of therapeutics and diagnostic tools and techniques based on precision medicine.
  • We also highlighted that his research resulted in 4 peer-reviewed journal articles, totaling 215 citations, thus confirming that his research is important and has crucial implications for disease treatment and prevention in the United States. And in the world.
  • Additionally, we noted that he has completed at least 12 reviews to date for authoritative journals. It is evident that he is considered very knowledgeable in the field and an expert in the topics related to the project he is proposing.

Unfortunately, our client received a Request for Additional Evidence (RFE) when filing their application. NIW case. However, our diligent team worked tirelessly to gather solid evidence and quickly responded to the case providing the relevant information required. We are delighted to announce that our client has received their NIW successful approval from USCIS. We would like to send him our warmest congratulations and thank him for choosing our services and entrusting us with his file.

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