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

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Chances of getting an EB1A approval


I am a postdoctoral researcher working in a national laboratory, and I want to apply for an EB1A visa.

Here are my details:

  1. 15 published papers (9 journals) among which I am the lead author in 14 of them
  2. 41 papers reviewed for high impact journals
  3. Currently, I have 94 citations with minimal self-citation
  4. 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.

senior research engineer

I would like to request an evaluation of my profile EB1A/EB1B green card.

I am working as a senior research engineer at a top semiconductor company

Authored 3 journal articles and 2 conference papers with 50 citations in total

I am a technical editor for a journal based in Iran and also member of the editorial board of two journals (One Springer and the other SAGE) with impact factors 1.5 and 1.7 respectively.

I have peer reviewed 10 manuscripts for several journals.

Research Paper Quality


I have just started my Phd Last year in USA. I have started exploring options for green card and landed at your website. I found the information really helpful and planning to buy your services as I progress through my Phd and have some research paper published.

My US university is very low ranked university so I am not sure about the quality of Paper that I would publish 2-3 year down the line.

My Questions:

  1. How important is the quality of paper that one publishes for green card applications?
  2. Also my professor might not be that popular in… Continue reading