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On June 29th, 2017, we received another EB-1A (Alien of Extraordinary Ability) approval for a Postdoctoral Fellow in the Field of Bioorganic Chemistry (Approval Notice).
General Field: Bioorganic Chemistry
Position at the Time of Case Filing: Postdoctoral Fellow
Country of Origin: India
Service Center: Nebraska Service Center (NSC)
State of Residence at the Time of Filing: Ohio
Approval Notice Date: June 29th, 2017
Processing Time: 9 months, 28 days
Nearly 10 months after North America Immigration Law Group (WeGreened.com) submitted an EB-1A (Alien of Extraordinary Ability) petition on behalf of a client from India, the USCIS approved his case. Based in Ohio, this postdoctoral fellow is an expert in the field of bioorganic chemistry and is focused on studying free radicals, innate immunity, as well as cell signaling and water purification methodologies.
An expert chemist, whose letter we included in the EB1A petition, had this to say about the significance of our client’s work: “Medical and environmental challenges are among the most difficult issues facing the United States and the world, and it is very fortunate that [Client] has devoted his great talents to addressing them.” Another expert noted: “… I can think of few, if any, as well qualified as [Client’s] to help determine the future of biochemical studies.”
Our client’s well-thought-out EB1A petition packet also detailed various aspects of his professional portfolio: the 232 citations collected from his work, his 23 published papers, and the 30 times he assessed the work of his peers.
Because we professionally presented the many advantages that our client’s work has for the United States, he was granted petition approval. We congratulate our client and wish him the best in his continued research. We also thank him for retaining our I-485 services, and we look forward to helping him and his dependents secure their green cards.
This post first appeared on Chen Immigration Blog | Specialized In National Interest Waiver (NIW) And Extraordinary Ability (EB1) Green Card, please read the originial post: here