Success Stories: Without any RFE, Iranian Assistant Professor Obtained NIW Approval in Mechanical Engineering Field in Less Than 3 Months


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August 7th2023 we received another one EB-2 NIW (Renunciation of national interest) accreditation for an assistant professor in the field of mechanical engineering (Approval notice).

General area: Mechanical Engineering

Position at the time of submission of the file: Assistant Master

Native country: Iran

Country of residence at time of filing: China

Approval notice Date: August 7th2023

Processing time : 2 months, 7 days

Summary of the case:

Another well-known client of ours in the field of mechanical engineering explained the importance of his proposed project, as well as his previous work in the United States. We emphasized that our client is indeed a valued member of the American scientific community and therefore his work should continue here in the United States. We therefore made sure to lead his cause to victory by highlighting some of the relevant factors in his petition file:

  • Our client’s proposed effort is to continue to design and develop hybrid thermal management systems for lithium-ion (Li-ion) and other rechargeable batteries to increase their efficiency and safety for applications such as electric vehicles and personal electronic devices.
  • We concluded that his research is of great importance because it addresses a major need in the electronics industry, which has a massive global presence.
  • His specialized research also has broad implications for the United States, as his work has focused on more efficient thermal management of Li-ion batteries, including techniques that achieve this at lower cost, and techniques that reuse the heat they generate to heat buildings or structures. houses.
  • Additionally, his research has resulted in 27 peer-reviewed journal articles (5 of which were first authored) and one conference article. These articles have been published in no fewer than 11 leading peer-reviewed journals and have been cited a total of 444 times by other experts in the field.
  • In addition, he also brought his overhaul expertise to mechanical engineering on 42 occasions. Thus, our client is apparently considered an expert in his profession and on subjects related to the activity he offers.

The data also indicates that our customers’ research into creating safer and more efficient rechargeable battery systems for various applications is of great importance in terms of producing a reliable, low-cost and requiring clean, renewable energy source. low maintenance. Its continued contributions are particularly important given that the United States Department of Energy (DOE), the nation’s primary organization responsible for using energy that best serves the national interest, has invested billions in the only Li-ion battery production in 2023. As such, our customer’s mechanical engineering skills are certainly of valuable value to the American scientific community.

North American Immigration Law Group worked hard to present a compelling message NIW petition file on behalf of our client. We effortlessly provided all important elements of the study chosen by our client, based on our experience with over 32,000 approved cases. We successfully obtained further approval and we are grateful to our client for trusting us and allowing us to be part of this fantastic success story. We congratulate and congratulate him on this achievement.

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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