“Thank you so much for your help during this application process.”
On December 16th, 2019, we received another NIW (National Interest Waiver) approval for an Assistant Professor in the Field of Computational Science (Approval Notice).
General Field: Computational Science
Position at the Time of Case Filing: Assistant Professor
Country of Origin: Nepal
State of Residence at the Time of Filing: Mississippi
Approval Notice Date: December 16th, 2019
Processing Time: 8 months, 6 days
With a Ph.D. in computational science, there is no denying that our client, an assistant professor from Nepal, is capable of carrying out effective research in his field. His work has led to various accomplishments, a couple of which include 7 peer-reviewed journal articles (2 of them first-authored) which gathered a total of 34 citations.
When preparing his petition packet, we paid close attention to his work on the development of advanced computational techniques to solve multidisciplinary problems in science and engineering. We gathered a wealth of information that proved his findings are relevant to his field because computational science has become an indispensable tool that is essential for driving progress in contemporary science and engineering. His work directly improves the effective use of computational science to solve otherwise intractable problems in science and engineering.
The aforementioned achievements from our client’s career were efficiently incorporated into the NIW dossier. In order to strengthen his case further, we advised him to collect recommendation letters from other researchers and notable experts in the field. Of the 6 recommendation letters he collected, one of whom stated that: “In order to progress global research and development and maintain the competitive environment of global scientific research, progress in the field of computational science is necessary. The accomplishments of [Client] have added to this progress and competition, which is evidence of the global value of his ongoing research..” Another expert noted that: “By utilizing mathematical and computational methods, the research and development community in the United States is able to invest their funding towards other expenditures, such as jobs, rather than wasting it on costly experiments. It is obvious that [Client’s] research is of great value to the United States and its research interests.” Undoubtedly, these letters affirmed our client’s candidature for receiving the national interest waiver.
We are pleased that the USCIS was persuaded to approve the petition in 8 months and 6 days, and we congratulate our client for moving one step closer to his green card.
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