|National Interest Waiver
The 1996 immigration law, Immigration and Nationality Act, created several categories for employment-based immigration according to preferences. Among which, two categories, we call them "Outstanding Researcher" (first preference, EB1) and "National Interests Waiver" (second preference, EB2), are specially favorable for people with advanced degree(s) or working towards advanced degree(s). If you are doing research or teaching, or if you think your work is of national interests, you may consider one of these two categories. They are less stringent and less time-consuming. No labor certificate is required. Our members have reported more successes in these two categories and great satisfaction in our packages. Especially for the National Interest Waiver (NIW) category, you do not need a job offer and you can sponsor yourself.
A recent successful NIW case (500 pages)
Recently, we received the following email from Jacob Kumar:
"Good news, I just got my NIW approval from NSC.
The harsh economic condition has been particularly hard to immigrants like you and me. No company wants to interview someone without an EAD or green card. Obtaining a permanent residence visa is definitely a crucial step for one's future in USA. .
I am currently a PhD candidate in Computer Science at a so-so state university. Like most of you, I worry about the job market and really concerned if I will be able to find a job after I graduate next year.
Upon our request, Jacob scanned all the documents in his application into electronic files. Also, he recorded his detailed activities relating to the application process such as: how to write 17-page impressive resume from a job-seeking objective to a NIW objective; how to write a cover letter that proactively argues over all the NIW requirements; how to obtain recommendation letter from people with various backgrounds, including some top researchers and famous law professors in the country; the secret to secure a favorable commentary letter from a department secretary of the current Bush administration; and many invaluable firsthand comments, hints and tips.
The initial deposit is $1000, $500 due upon filing and $final pmt of 2,500 after aproval.
Make checks or money order payable to Immigration Association. Immigration Association
Immigration Association 17304 Preston Road, Suite 800 Dallas TX 75252
Phone: 972 733 6515 Fax: 972 635 5709
If you decided to use an attorney, you got to keep in mind that he/she will only fill out the form for you, he/she will NOT provide the evidences for you. You still need to know how to collect evidences and what evidences to provide. This is where our packages will help you. Besides, there are so many lousy attorneys. They not only rip you off, they also waste your time if you do not know the process and details.
If you have a Company attorney, he/she is paid by the Company, he/she will protect the Company's interests, he/she is not obligated to protect your interests. Maybe he/she will choose a route that takes longer time and more risks. Maybe he/she is not specialized in immigration. With our application packages, you can show him/her the best shortcut for you and tell him to do it the way how you want it done. You can control your own destiny.
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