Success Stories: In China, a data scientist successfully obtained EB-2 NIW petition approval in less than a month, with the help of our dedicated team.


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“I am extremely grateful to North American Immigration Law Group for their exceptional immigration services. Their team is both knowledgeable and professional, taking care of my NIW application with remarkable speed and efficiency. A truly stands out as a reliable partner, ensuring a smooth and successful immigration process. I highly recommend their expertise!”

August 3rd2023 we received another one EB-2 NIW (Renunciation of national interest) approval for a Data Scientist in the field of materials engineering (Approval notice).

General area: Materials engineering

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

Native country: China

State of residence at the time of filing: Georgia

Approval notice Date: August 3rd2023

Processing time : 28 days (Premium Processing requested)

Summary of the case:

North American Immigration Law Group was hired by a Chinese data scientist to document a EB-2 NIW (Renunciation of national interest) petition on his behalf. Our client has demonstrated all the essential capabilities to acquire the NIW approval, including a master’s degree in advanced materials and mechanics and research in the field of materials engineering. As part of our legal services, we evaluated his credentials and ensured that relevant documents were presented to USCIS. Once the assessment has been carried out, we have prepared a solid petition file containing the information mentioned below:

  • We have developed its research on studying the fracture behavior of materials and developing protection solutions for new materials with refined microstructures, improved corrosion resistance and superior mechanical properties to facilitate applications in industries such as aerospace, automotive, oil and gas, defense and energy.
  • Additionally, we documented the 152 citations collected in the 13 peer-reviewed journal articles (including 8 as first author) and 2 peer-reviewed conference articles (including 1 as first author) that she published . Additionally, we have included detailed summaries of three of our client’s significant projects as evidence of their contributions and skills in the field of materials engineering. These project summaries highlight his use of innovative approaches, the nature of his findings, and how his distinctive results were used in the field.
  • Additionally, to support her case, we pointed out that throughout her work in the field, she has built an impressive track record of success. His original research on topics of national importance has been used to study corrosion mechanisms, improve surface cleaning techniques, and understand the mechanical behavior and damage assessment of polymer-based materials. This is an exceptionally strong record of success for a materials engineering researcher, and demonstrates her ability to continue her project of developing protective solutions for new materials with refined microstructures, improved resistance to corrosion and superior mechanical properties.

USCIS has successfully approved his work, which is relevant to advanced materials investigations and the U.S. oil and gas industry. In just 28 days, she obtained the EB-2 NIW approval without RFE (request for evidence). We owe it to our esteemed client to assist her, and we sincerely thank her for working with us throughout the process and congratulate her on her success.

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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