Blog for Postdocs / Phds, National Interest Waiver, Extraordinary Ability

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NIW evaluation: PhD in mathematics

Hello Team , 
I required few details for Phd based Green card , I saw your website and its says individual can file green card without any sponsorship .
-  I completed  PhD in mathematics – Integral equations ( PhD from India).
- Currently not working because of visa restrictions .
- Living in USA with H4 dependent Visa.
Is that possible to apply for Green card in EB2 – NIW?
Please find the attached resume /Citations details  for review . Below details are citations and paper details for review.

Evaluate CV for EB1A category


Dear Green card for Phd Team,

I am thinking about filing my GC by the end of 2017 and stumbled on your website today. I just was curious if your team can evaluate my profile for your EB1a DIY packet? Attached herewith is my CV and one page research summary for your perusal. Brief summary of CV is below: 
1. PhD in 2012 from a well know US university in Chemistry
2. BS and MS in Chemistry and Biochemistry from India 
3. Postdoctoral career awards, Outstanding teaching assistant award 
4. Reviewer for several journal publications 
5. Chair/ discussion… Continue reading

Applying for I-485 while i-140 is pending

We previously had few email iterations, and eventually I ended up doing my I-140 through an attorney. Long story short, after my H1-B got approved, my employer had to relocate me in Nebraska. As I was based in New York and my wife started schooling, this completely messed our planning. With my work schedule and everything around, I had to go through the same attorney who did my H1-B.

I am seeking EB2-NIW and my application was received by USCIS on the 13th of May. I got the notification to verify my birthdate and etc. I asked my attorney to respond, and… Continue reading