National Interest Waiver Petition

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National Interest Waiver Petition

Dr. XX has expertise in a very narrow and complex scientific field. While his original research required a great amount of technical skill and experience, the positive impact it would have on the United States was indirect and challenging to explain. Dr. XX sought the advice and counsel of the Immigration Attorneys at MT Law for guidance on how he could immigrate to the United States based on his research and work. Unfortunately, Dr. XX’s current employer could not sponsor his immigration petition, so Dr. XX had to apply himself. Dr. XX had to submit his immigration petition quickly in order to not lose permanent residency in a different country. The Immigration Attorneys at MT Law advised him that with their assistance he could show USCIS that his research served the national interest of the United States, was in an area of substantial intrinsic merit, and could not be delayed by the labor certification process, thereby providing him and his family eligibility to apply for their Green Cards. The Immigration Attorneys at MT Law assisted Dr. XX in identifying the best references for his National Interest Waiver Petition and took the time to assist Dr. XX in making these reference letters very strong. The Immigration Attorneys at MT Law made the connection between Dr. XX’s work and the welfare of U.S. residents very clear in these reference letters and in the Petition Letter the Immigration Attorneys drafted to show why Dr. XX was eligible for a National Interest Waiver under the immigration law and regulations. To make the entire Petition as strong as possible, the Immigration Attorneys at MT Law also researched relevant statistics, findings and up-to-date information that supported the importance of Dr. XX’s work. By taking some additional time in preparing the National Interest Waiver Petition to make sure the Petition was as strong as possible prior to being submitted to USCIS, the Immigration Attorneys at MT Law saved Dr. XX a great deal of time by avoiding a Request for Evidence and the often lengthy USCIS processing times. The National Interest Waiver Petition submitted was so strong that USCIS approved it in just 3 weeks, instead of the 6 months the USCIS normally takes to make determinations on National Interest Waiver Petitions. Dr. XX and his family are now permanent residents of the United States, and are very grateful to MT Law for ensuring they had a smooth immigratino process.

 

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