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Published Feb 3,2022 By Christelle Ekosso

I am a postdoc research associate since September 2021 at a USA University. My program ends on September 2022. My visa type is J1 with the  2-years home country requirement.

I graduated with a Ph.D. in Physics in March 2021. I have 10 papers published and 21 citations, I attended person 8 international conferences. I was a short term-research in a National US laboratory in 2019. Also, I assist in the judging process for the ENVISION 2021-2022 Competition.

Currently, I am working on 2 projects on Mathematical modeling of host-Pathogens management that will probably require that I extend my visa. But I want to apply for a J1 Waiver before the end of my program and therefore apply to a GC this year if possible.

I need some information to apply for a J1 waiver and then to apply for GC on NIW or EB1A.

So can you explain to me how to get those 3 packages (J1 waiver, I-140, I-485)? I also need to know when is the best time for me to apply for a J1 waiver.

Thank you for your help.

C.E

 

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2 years ago

Hi Christelle,

We do not provide information, sample letters (such as No Objection Statement) or packages for J1 waivers. However, there is plenty of information and do-it-yourself material online, and you can also hire an attorney.

Speaking of NIW or EB1A, you can start with our free ebook,
http://www.greencardforphd.com/free-ebook

and then, once you feel confident enough, proceed with purchasing our DIY packets through the link below,
http://www.greencardforphd.com/purchase

Speaking of the timeline, it might be a good idea to extend you J1 visa first, because the procedures you plan to pursue may take substantial time. You will need to obtain J1 waiver before you file I-485. You do not need it for filing I-140 though.

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