I am a postdoctoral researcher working in a national laboratory, and I want to apply for an EB1A visa.
Here are my details:
- 15 published papers (9 journals) among which I am the lead author in 14 of them
- 41 papers reviewed for high impact journals
- Currently, I have 94 citations with minimal self-citation
- I have won the outstanding researcher award during my PhD
I wanted to know my chances of getting approved if I apply for the EB1A visa.
I really appreciate any help you can provide.
Hi there, thank you for providing such insightful information. I have a question which I need some advice on. My husband is on a j1 visa and i have a j2. However, I am not in the US yet as I would like to finish up some work I have in my current residential country and join him in one month time. He is probably going to apply for GC soon (he has been there for 2 months). My arrival period will coincide with his application for I-400, will that affect his GC process? Can he apply for I-400 since… Continue reading
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