Success Stories: PhD student in renewable energy production and storage achieves NIW approval with help from our diligent team


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“I had the pleasure of working with Chen’s immigration team on my NIW application that required attention to detail, analysis and dedication. The lawyers exceeded all my expectations and were a true professional. Their extensive knowledge and skills were invaluable and they consistently prepared the case. I highly recommend them for this purpose.

August 1stst2023 we received another one EB-2 NIW (Renunciation of national interest) approval of a doctoral student in the field of renewable energy production and storage (Approval notice).

General area: Renewable energy production and storage

Position at the time of submission of the file: PhD student

Native country: Bangladesh

State of residence at the time of filing: Missouri

Approval notice Date: August 1st2023

Processing time : 4 months, 9 days

Summary of the case:

Before beginning our attorney-client relationship, we thoroughly evaluated our clients’ credentials to ensure their authenticity. After a thorough assessment, we confirmed that we could help them obtain the national interest exemption. Based on our assessment, we found that our client has a BS in Materials and Metallurgical Engineering and has conducted extensive research on renewable energy generation and storage. His 5 peer-reviewed journal articles (3 of which were written first), 3 peer-reviewed conference articles (2 of which were written first), and 1 US patent application publication have garnered a total of 58 citations, meaning the substantial impact of his work on other researchers in the field. Additionally, he has conducted 10 peer reviews for highly reputable journals, demonstrating his expertise and knowledge in this area of ​​study.

When he discussed his groundbreaking research in the field of renewable energy production and storage, establishing new scientific methods and knowledge related to the development of new multifunctional energy materials for large-scale energy storage and low-cost, high-efficiency solar cells to improve the performance of advanced renewable energy technologies, we were impressed that they are of great importance to the United States because they improve the performance and adaptability of renewable energy technologies, which play an important role in reducing global emissions and preventing the worst consequences of climate change. .

Additionally, we found that his research has been financially supported by renowned organizations, illustrating his ability to successfully continue his work in the United States. The funding he has received includes grants from the National Science Foundation (NSF) and the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE), demonstrating the national relevance and importance of his research.

We have taken great care in preparing our clients’ files NIW petition file to present their education, experience, expertise, publication and citation history, and track record of successful research in their field. Our efforts paid off as USCIS approved its I-140 NIW (Renunciation of national interest) petition without any request for additional evidence. This allows our client, a doctoral student from Bangladesh, to continue his valuable research in the United States. We are proud to have contributed to its success and grateful for the opportunity to serve it.

North America Immigration Law Group (Chen Immigration Law Associates) is a U.S. immigration law firm dedicated to representing businesses, research institutions and individuals in all 50 U.S. states regarding immigration applications I- 140. We specialize in employment-based immigration applications and have a proven track record of high success rates for the following categories: EB2-NIW (National Interest Waiver), EB1-A (Able-Ability extraordinary), EB1-B (exceptional researcher/professor) and O-1 (Alien with extraordinary abilities).

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