Success Stories: Thanks to our meticulous efforts, a Chinese associate professor obtained her EB1-A approval in the field of food science in just one month, Premium transformation requested


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August 10th2023 we received another one EB-1A (Extraterrestrial with extraordinary abilities) endorsement from an associate professor in the field of food science (Approval notice).

General area: Culinary science

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

Native country: China

Country of residence at time of filing: China

Approval notice Date: August 10th2023

Processing time : 1 month (Premium Processing requested)

Summary of the case:

An associate professor approached North American Immigration Law Group to deposit his stranger with extraordinary abilities (EB1-A) petition. Originally from China, she completed her Ph.D. in food science and is also currently employed in the same field.

Since then, a petition for the first preference category of individuals with extraordinary abilities, (“EB1-A“), unlike the second preference employment-based immigration visa (“EB-2“) requires at least the following:

  • Evidence of original contributions, usually through publications, of major importance in the scientific, academic, artistic or sporting field of the foreign national.
  • No specific job offer/labor certification is required for a foreign individual as long as they are entering the United States to continue working in the field in which they have extraordinary abilities, so self-petition is permitted .
  • Performance in a significant role for organizations or establishments with a distinguished reputation.
  • Receiving a higher salary or compensation than is customary in the field.
  • Other comparable evidence if the above types of evidence do not readily apply to the foreign national’s occupation.

Therefore, we have included the following essential elements from his academic and professional records in his petition file to present a compelling case in his favor:

  • His food science research addresses some of our nation’s and the world’s most pressing issues, including reducing the spread of foodborne illness and minimizing the environmental impact of food sanitation practices.
  • His research has resulted in 41 peer-reviewed scientific articles, cited 1,211 times in at least 27 countries.
  • She has conducted at least 64 examinations to date.

Our client’s work has therefore been of major importance, and its achievements are of the utmost importance due to their direct applicability in global efforts to combat the spread of foodborne illness and environmental impact food disinfection practices.

Four fellow experts in the field further provided insight into the importance of his continued research in the field, one of whom remarked:

“The client’s extensive input and training are the foundation of her continued success in the field. Following this review of the client’s accomplishments, I believe I have shown that she is ideally positioned to pursue research in the field of food science in the United States.

Finally, she succeeded EB1-A (Extraterrestrial with extraordinary abilities) approval in just one month (thanks to premium processing). She even retained the services of our firm for 1-485 for her and her partner. We are happy to have been a part of his successful journey and wish him a thriving life ahead.

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