Success Story: EB-1a (Aliens of Extraordinary Ability) Approval for Assistant Professor in Just 4 Days

On January 3rd, 2013, we received another Approval for a EB-1a (Aliens of Extraordinary Ability) for an Assistant Professor in the fields of Oncology and Hematology. (Approval Notice) General Field: Oncology and Hematology Position at the Time of Case Filing: Assistant Professor National Origin: India Service Center: Texas Processing Time: 4 Days Case Summary: It is important to denote that more than 40% of all cases handled by Chen Immigration Law Associates are responses Read more [...]

Success Story: EB1a (Aliens of Extraordinary Ability) Approval for Postdoc Researcher of Cancer Biology

On December 28th, 2012, we received another EB1a (Aliens of Extraordinary Ability) Approval for a Postdoc Researcher in the field of Cancer Biology (Approval Notice) General Field: Cancer Biology Position at the Time of Case Filing: Researcher National Origin: China Service Center: Nebraska Case Summary: We at Chen Immigration Law Associates understand the importance of evaluating each case based on the requirements of evidentiary support demanded for a swift approval. Although Read more [...]

Success Story: EB-2 NIW (National Interest Waiver) Approval for Biomedical Engineer in Less than 3 Months

On December 17th, 2012, we received another EB-2 NIW (National Interest Waiver) approval for a Biomedical Engineer who filed less than 3 months prior. (Approval Notice) General Field: Biomedical Engineering Position at the Time of Case Filing: Biomedical Engineer/Research Scientist National Origin: China Service Center: Texas Processing Time: 76 Days Case Summary: With each NIW (National Interest Waiver) case, it is important to establish the client’s research and contributions Read more [...]

Success Story: EB-2 NIW (National Interest Waiver) for Physician with Only 3 Published Articles

Recently, we received another NIW (National Interest Waiver) Approval for Physician with few published works and few total citations without a RFE (Request for Evidence). (Approval Notice) General Field: Cardiology Position at the Time of Case Filing: Physician National Origin: Kenya Service Center: Texas Case Summary: When filing NIW (National Interest Waiver) cases it is important to establish evidence that the client’s ongoing research presents an exceptional value to the Read more [...]

Success Story: EB-2 NIW (National Interest Waiver) for Postdoc Researcher of BioMedical Science

Client’s Testimonial: I forgot to say “Thank you” to you. I appreciate all the efforts you made for my I-140 petition. Without you, I don’t think I could prepare all the materials that fast. It took exact 4 months to get approved (just the average!). Thank you again! Recently, we received another EB2 NIW (National Interest Waiver) approval for a Postdoc Researcher in the field of Biomedical Science. (Approval Notice) General Field: Biomedical Science Position at the Time of Read more [...]

Success Story: EB-2 NIW (National Interest Waiver) approval for PhD Student working in the field of Biomedical Engineering

Recently, we received another EB2 NIW (National Interest Waiver) approval for a PhD Student working in the field of of Biomedical Engineering.  (Approval Notice) General Field: Biomedical Engineering Position at the Time of Case Filing: Doctoral Student Nationality: Taiwan Case Summary: In all EB-2 NIW  cases it is important that we emphasize the contributions that each candidate has made to their field of endeavor and what these contributions mean to the national interest. Read more [...]

Success Story: EB-2 NIW approval for Expert in Medical Physics in just 4 months

EB-2 NIW approval for Expert in Medical Physics in just 4 months. (Approval Notice) Case Summary: Recently, a graduate of a prestigious university in China with a strong background in Medical Physics and expertise in Computer and Electrical Engineering had his case approved.  In the US, our client worked for a university in New York.  Here at Chen Immigration Law Associates, we know how to petition the USCIS for our clients to become permanent residents. To make this petition successful, Read more [...]