Success Stories: Senior Research Chemist in the Field of Polymer Chemistry Received NIW Petition Approval Now Awaits I-485 Approval


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On October 9th, 2019, we received another EB-2 NIW (National Interest Waiver) approval for a Senior Research Chemist in the Field of Polymer Chemistry (Approval Notice).

General Field: Polymer Chemistry

Position at the Time of Case Filing: Senior Research Chemist

Country of Origin: Iran

State of Residence at the Time of Filing: Connecticut

Approval Notice Date: October 9th, 2019

Processing Time: 10 months, 9 days

Case Summary:

An Iranian Senior Research Chemist in the Field of Polymer Chemistry used our evaluation service to check if he was a good fit for filing an EB-2 NIW (National Interest Waiver) petition. After going through his CV and credentials, we were confident that we could help him secure the approval by presenting a customized petition letter.

Our client’s research focuses on development and study of sustainable materials and plant-based polymers for use in industrial applications. According to one estimate, the global plastics market was valued at $1.06 trillion in 2016, with the market expected to grow to $1.175 trillion by 2020. Not only does his research contribute to the globe’s burgeoning plastics market, but also offer producers in this market a new and cheap source of materials in the form of biomass, ensuring continued prosperity in the face of uncertainty surrounding petroleum prices.

Throughout his time working in the field, our client has published 5 peer-reviewed journal articles (4 of them first-authored) and his publications have received 45 citations. Apart from publishing papers, he also contributes to the field by performing peer-review service. So far, he has conducted at least 25 reviews for notable journals. These journals select researchers for this work only if they have demonstrated themselves to be experts in their field to ensure that they have sound judgment on the works they are assigned to evaluate. It is unquestionable that our client is highly regarded in the field.

Six letters of recommendation were incorporated into the petition packet in support of our client’s case. One of the experts in the field provided the following comment on the importance of our client’s research: “The value of [client]’s work is multi-faceted, and the United States would do well to ensure his presence in the field for the sake of its own interests. The first project above and much of [client]’s research is of advantage to pharmaceutical
development…Because [client] has been so successful in these areas, he has shown that he should be allowed to conduct his research unobstructed.”

We congratulate our client on the case approval, and we thank him for also choosing North America Immigration Law Group ( to represent his I-485 case. We wish him the best as he continues his valuable work here in the US, and we join him as he eagerly awaits a decision regarding his I-485 application.

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