Success Stories: Associate Research Scientist in the Field of Molecular Biology Secures Employer-Sponsored EB-1B Approval despite Receiving Unreasonable NOID

 

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On January 5th, 2018, we received another EB-1B (Outstanding Professors and Researchers) approval for an Associate Research Scientist in the Field of Molecular Biology (Approval Notice).


General Field: Molecular Biology

Position at the Time of Case Filing: Associate Research Scientist

Country of Origin: India

State of Residence at the Time of Filing: New Jersey

Approval Notice Date: January 5th, 2018

Processing Time: 99 Days (Premium Processing Requested)


Case Summary:

Exactly 99 days after North America Immigration Law Group (WeGreened.com) filed an EB-1B (Outstanding Professors and Researchers) petition for an Indian associate research scientist, the USCIS approved it.

Qualifying for EB-1B:

To prove that our client qualified for this I-140 category, we had to prove that he was internationally recognized as being outstanding in his field, that he had at least 3 years of research experience, and that he had an offer of ongoing employment from an American employer. As our client was a researcher at a university, we also had to demonstrate that his position was tenured or tenure-track.

In preparing our client’s EB1B petition dossier, we chose to focus on the 70 citations gathered from his 12 published scientific articles as well as the 11 times he judged the work of his peers. We also emphasized that his research addresses some of the United States’ most pressing issues in understanding molecular mechanisms underlying cell cycle regulation, DNA repair, and carcinogenesis as well as monogenic obesity. We also included recommendation letters signed by other expert biologists, one of whom stated that our client “is one of the most talented researchers working in the field today.”

Responding to the NOID:

Although we presented a strong EB1B case to the USCIS, our client’s petition was issued a Notice of Intent to Deny (NOID)—the USCIS wanted more information regarding our client’s research achievements despite already being presented with comprehensive and detailed data. Not long after we received the NOID notice, we sprang into action and put together a solid response that highlighted the significance of our client’s work to the US and that his credentials were indeed legitimate. As we have successfully petitioned over 10,000 cases, we knew just how to respond to the NOID. Additionally, our strong record with this particular USICS adjudicator gave us unparalleled insight putting together a NOID response with a sufficient amount of evidence.

Roughly 2 weeks after the USCIS received the NOID response package, they approved our client’s EB1B petition. We congratulate him for coming this far in the green card process and we wish him the best as he continues to advance the important field of molecular biology.


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