NWM CASE SUMMARIES

Highlights of recent successes by our clients
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Recently approved client cases. Our extended list of cases by category (PDF Files) can be accessed here:

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RAPID NIW APPROVAL FOR CHINESE BIOINFORMATICS RESEARCHER WITH FEW CITATIONS

CASE TYPE NIW
FILED DATE April 2017
APPROVED DATE July 2017
REF No RFE
COUNTRY OF ORIGIN China
SPECIALTY Bioinformatics, Next Generation Sequencing (NGS) Data
AFFILIATION Data analysis company supporting life sciences researchers
DEGREE Ph.D.
PAPER 2
CITATION ~3
REVIEW 0

As this case demonstrates clearly, the number of publications and citations were not the determining factor in this client’s success. Our client not only excelled in the biological sciences but also in data analysis – this led to employment with a new high technology bioinformatics company that specialized in providing data analysis support to a wide range of life science researchers. His research has had a lasting impact on plant transformation, disease resistance improvement, and RNA interference technology. We worked with him closely to accentuate his employment related work specifically. With a sterling academic background and skill sets suited for today’s high technology life sciences companies, our client used his background and more than seven years of research experience to contribute knowledge and abilities of major significance. Moreover, he contributed significantly to America’s national interests by advancing a relatively new field of considerable interest to the future of the life sciences.

JAPANESE DENTAL SURGEON'S NIW PETITION APPROVED

CASE TYPE NIW
FILED DATE February 2015
APPROVED DATE June 2015
REF No RFE
COUNTRY OF ORIGIN Japan
SPECIALTY Orthodontist at major state university medical and dental center
AFFILIATION Not Available
DEGREE DDS
PAPER 5
CITATION 0
REVIEW 0

NWM helped this highly accomplished, exceptionally well-educated medical professional emphasize and underscore an extensive record of clinical experience – more than 13 years – with many accomplishments in this client’s field of orthodontics. We also highlighted this professional’s outstanding work throughout the community in California working at and supporting the efforts of local clinics. Creating a petition narrative that included clinical and technical experience, teaching, community service, leadership efforts and skills, academic and other awards helped this client succeed with their case. NIW ensured that the contribution this individual made to America’s national interest was well-documented and highly persuasive.

NIW TESTIMONY: SRI LANKAN BIOMEDICAL ENGINEER FROM AUSTRALIA APPROVED!

CASE TYPE NIW
FILED DATE December 2016
APPROVED DATE March 2017
REF No RFE
COUNTRY OF ORIGIN SRI LANKA & AUSTRALIA
SPECIALTY HUMAN COLOR VISION AND COMPUTER VISION
AFFILIATION Not Available
DEGREE Ph.D.
PAPER Not Available
CITATION Not Available
REVIEW Not Available

Graduating with his Ph.D. in Color Vision and Computer Vision from the University of Oxford, our client conducted cutting-edge research at various universities and research institutions including MIT. His research promoted better understanding of how the human eye perceives color - the bio-inspired models he developed helped make artificial neural networks that improve object recognition technology as well. We demonstrated successfully that the benefit our client brings to the United States is highly significant and of national importance. His research contributed extensively to applications in cameras, driverless vehicles and robotics as well as healthcare solutions for elderly and disabled patients through object recognition. Emphasizing his publications in top journals and conference presentations, we were able to demonstrate that our client made far more significant contributions than an ordinary researcher in his field, and that American technology would undoubtedly benefit from his presence. On approval of his NIW petition, he continues his vision research in the U.S at the National Eye Institute.

CHINESE CHEMICAL ENGINEER'S EB-1A SUCCESS

CASE TYPE EB-1A
FILED DATE August 2016
APPROVED DATE September 2016
REF No RFE
COUNTRY OF ORIGIN China
SPECIALTY CHEMICAL ENGINEERING (ELECTROCHEMISTRY—ENERGY STORAGE)
AFFILIATION Not Available
DEGREE Ph.D.
PAPER Not Available
CITATION Not Available
REVIEW Not Available

Our client obtained his Ph.D. from the University of South Carolina in the field of chemical engineering with emphasis on energy storage devices and materials. Prior to filing for I-140, the USCIS had already approved an O-1 visa for our client, which showed acknowledgement of our client as an Alien of Extraordinary Ability. We significantly bolstered his already strong case with a number of independent recommendations from highly respected scientists in the field of energy storage research, which clearly substantiated the value and importance of our client’s findings. These findings made significant contributions to the United States' goals to reduce carbon emissions and inspired other experts all over the world to utilize and make further progress in efficient and sustainable energy storage. Based on our client's strong publication record, including multiple publications in the most respected journals in his field, he was invited frequently to review and judge other peer's work and share his knowledge and research experience. The portfolio we constructed for our client was strong and convinced the USCIS to approve his petition for EB-1A in a relatively short amount of time. The client currently works at an engineering company making invaluable contributions in energy storage and development. Clearly, the energy community and all energy consumers in America benefit from his presence and expertise.

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