Miller Mayer immigration attorney Nicolai Hinrichsen recently received approvals for green card petitions in both the EB-1A Extraordinary Ability and EB-2 National Interest Waiver (NIW) categories. We successfully demonstrated that our client’s work holds substantial merit and national importance, showcasing their potential to advance their field in the US. As a result, we were able to waive the job offer and labor certification requirements, which proved beneficial for both our client and the United States. Remarkably, both the EB-1A and EB-2 petitions were approved in just over three months, without the need for any additional evidence requested by the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services.
The National Interest Waiver is an appealing green card option for individuals who desire to immigrate to the United States without a job offer or who wish to bypass the additional steps associated with standard job offer requirements. However, this category demands a high standard of evidence compared to other options. For a comprehensive article summarizing the typical documents required for NIW applications, please visit: https://millermayer.app.box.com/s/pipwgl1qo6sg85smonnt
Our experience in immigration law played a pivotal role in securing the EB-1A approval, which is a visa category known for its stringent evidence requirements. Miller Mayer immigration attorney Steve Yale-Loehr has coauthored an informative article discussing the EB-1A immigrant visa category, outlining the necessary criteria and highlighting recent trends. You can find the article at: https://millermayer.com/2018/recent-trends-in-eb-1-extraordinary-ability-and-outstanding-professor-researcher-green-card-petitions/
Having experienced immigration counsel by your side throughout the immigration process is crucial to achieving your immigration goals. Whether you are considering the National Interest Waiver or the Extraordinary Ability green card category, or if you would like to explore other immigration options, we encourage you to schedule a consultation with a Miller Mayer attorney. You can book your consultation today at: https://millermayer.com/immigration-consultation/