Would you suggest Eb1A or NIW?
Firstly, I’d like to thanks you for putting together these extremely useful pieces of information.
I’m a postdoctoral fellow at Harvard Medical School (with a PhD from UC Berkeley). I would like to apply for a green card in the EB1A( Extraordinary ability) category in the field of computational genetics.
I have about 20 international papers, 2 invited papers, a book chapter with about 300 citations. Several of these have appeared in the popular press and are part of the syllabus in courses across the world. I’ve been reviewer for international journals/conferences and have also been invited to give talks about my work. I’ve attached my detailed CV for more information.
I was wondering if you could take a look at my CV and advise me if I had a strong case for EB1A. If not, do I have a strong case for EB2-NIW?
From your description and your CV, we think you have a very strong case for both EB1a and NIW. It is important to emphasize the fact that your work is currently part of syllabus in courses. Remember to elaborate on the details you described below in the petition so that a reviewer who is not a technical expert in your field can understand the importance.
Also you could summarize your entire achievements and their importance in couple of paragraphs at the start/end of the petition.
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2 Responses to Would you suggest Eb1A or NIW?
- J-1 waiver and other questions
- EB1A with single evidence
- Required number of publications
- Publications and green card self-petition
- Can J2 stay if J1 I140 is approved however not yet I 485 is granted and J visa expires within a month from receiving I 140 approval?
- Self-petition with only few publications
- Green card and Masters student
- Does my phd need to be in STEM field?
- Impact of I-140 rejection on my husband’s H1 visa status