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Evaluation of my Google scholar citations

Published Jan 9,2021 By Hatam Tamimi

Hello. Thank you so much for your great website. Would you please let me know what your evaluation of my Google scholar citations are for applying for a green card and where my resume stands? Thanks again.

https://scholar.google.com/citations?user=Y3h8lUoAAAAJ&hl=en

Hatam

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BlogSupport
3 years ago

Hello Hatam,

What category of green card do you have in mind? Also, where is your resume?

Hatam Tamimi
Hatam Tamimi
3 years ago

Thank you for your reply. I’m doing my PhD currently and am planning on finding a job after my PhD. I’m not quite familiar with the different categories of green card but I guess what would fit most is the one through employment, I believe called EB-1. Thanks again.

Hatam Tamimi
Hatam Tamimi
3 years ago

Also my resume:

BA in English Literature (GPA 3.9), MA in English Language Teaching (GPA 3.5), my PhD GPA so far: GPA 3.9

Work experience: 10 years of teaching English, Arabic and Persian

More than 30 conference presentations, 20 peer-review papers published, 2 papers under review, 121 Google Scholar citations

That’s pretty much all my resume. Thank you.

BlogSupport
BlogSupport
3 years ago
Reply to  Hatam Tamimi

Hi Hatam,

Please have a look at our eBook:
https://www.greencardforphd.com/free-ebook

It will help you to choose between the two categories (EB1A and EB2-NIW). It is not obvious to me that you can qualify for EB1A – there is a list of criteria that you can find in that book, that will help you to find out if you have enough evidence. Please also consider EB2-NIW, as it is usually easier to pursue (in terms of required credentials), if you are able to show that your work is of national importance.

Just for the information purposes, most scholars apply after completion of PhD and focus on the following three criteria:

[*] Evidence that you have been asked to judge the work of others, either individually or on a panel
[*] Evidence of your original scientific, scholarly, artistic, athletic, or business-related contributions of major significance to the field
[*] Evidence of your authorship of scholarly articles in professional or major trade publications or other major media

Hatam
Hatam
3 years ago
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Thank you so much. This is super helpful.

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