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Recently Approved National Interest Waivers

We recently received an approval for a National Interest Waiver in less than 2 months filed for an Associated Principal Scientist specialized in the field of Physiology and Neuroscience Resource. The applicant is a member of the Department of In-Vivo Pharmacology at a renowned Pharmaceutical Company. His research was found to have a substantial intrinsic merit in that his field of expertise, Physiology and Neuroscience will pave the way for treating chronic pain that are considered as "untreatable" presently and will also pave the way for increasing the standard of healthcare in the United States, and reduce the economic burden of this condition/disease. Our client was very pleased to obtain such a swift approval from USCIS.


Our offices filed and a National Interest Waiver petition on behalf of a Research Scientist who serves as a member of a world-class Ovarian Cancer Research Center. The young Researcher has played a critical role in the development and evaluation of affinity reagents for diagnostic and targeted-imaging and therapy of ovarian cancer. The research in the field of Biotechnology and Molecular and Cell Biology with a focus on Cancer Research was found by the USCIS to be of "substantial intrinsic merit" in that it will provide urgently needed research about "a real public health burden", a fact recognized by the National Institute of Health. The case was approved approximately 90 days after it was filed.


The USCIS approved the I-140 Immigrant Petition with the National Interest Waiver filed by our office on behalf of a Research Scientist and Professor, whose research is focused on development of novel sensors for chemical and biological detection, which is affecting security of the nation as well as the world. Her research in the field of Nanotechnology and Material Science Research was found to be national in scope because there is an urgent need to develop a highly-efficient device for chemical and biological explosive detection, a fact recognized by the U.S., as evidenced by DHS' ALERT programs. The petition was approved within a month of its filing.


Our offices filed a National Interest Waiver petition on behalf of a Research Scientist who presently serves as an Associate Research Professor at the Computer Science Department of a state university in the United States. The Researcher is engaged in the study of well-established problems in wireless sensor network technology and has pioneered the development of innovative protocols and algorithmic solutions in the effort to find algorithmic solutions to solve sensor network limitations. This research which is in the field of Computer Science was found by USCIS to have substantial intrinsic merit and to be national in scope as it addresses fundamental issues in wireless sensor networks - the technology which has found widespread use in the United States' critical public safety-related monitoring systems, and as the Researcher's original and scientific contributions relate directly to the goals and policies of interested government agencies, such as the National Science Foundation (NSF) and the U.S. Department of Homeland Security's Science and Technology Directorate. The case was approved by USCIS.


The USCIS approved the I-140 Immigrant Petition with the National Interest Waiver filed by our office on behalf of a Research Scientist, who serves as a member of a world-class cardiovascular disease treatment team. His research was found to have a substantial intrinsic merit in that it will provide urgently needed in the field of Cardiovascular Disease about "a real public health burden," a fact recognized by the USCIS, and will have a great potential for understanding the scientific effort of finding an effective preventive and treatment method for cardiovascular disease that affect a significant number of people in the United States as well as the world.


The USCIS approved the I-140 Immigrant Petition with the National Interest Waiver filed by our office on behalf of a Postdoctoral Research Scientist, in less than 3 months, who serves as a member of a world-class Gastroenterology Division at the renowned University. His research was found to have a substantial intrinsic merit in that it will provide urgently needed Cancer Biology Research field about "a real public health burden," a fact recognized by the USCIS, and will have a great potential for understanding the scientific effort of finding an effective preventive and treatment method for cancer that affect a significant number of people in the United States as well as the world.


Our offices filed and a National Interest Waiver petition on behalf of a Research Scientist who serves as a member of a world-class Psychiatric research team. The young Researcher has played a critical role in the effort to find new therapeutics for the diagnosis and treatment of depression and various mood disorders. The research in the field of Pathophysiology was found by USCIS to be of "substantial intrinsic merit" and to be in the "national interest". The case was recently approved. The USCIS approved the I-140 Immigrant Petition with the National Interest Waiver filed by our office on behalf of a Research Scientist whose research is focused on finding an effective treatment of cholera, a deadly infectious disease affecting the world. Her research in the field of Microbiology and Microbial Pathogenesis was found to have a substantial intrinsic merit in that it will provide urgently needed research about "a real public health burden," and also to be national in scope as cholera afflicts Americans as well as significant number of people in the world, a fact recognized by World Health Organization (WHO) and Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).


Our office filed a NIW petition on behalf of a Research Scholar in the field of Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Research. The Petitioner's highly specialized research and its findings have tremendous impact on treatment of various key diseases for human beings. The USCIS acknowledged that a need for veterinarians in Biomedical Research is critical for the nation as a whole. While the Petitioner has been involved with academic research for only a few years, he has already established an impressive track record of success as one of the top Research Scholars and thus his case was approved in less than 3 months.


A National Interest Waiver petition filed on behalf of a Mathematics Teacher employed by a major public school in NJ was approved by USCIS. Our client's work in the field of Mathematics Education has had, and will continue to have, an exceptional influence on the field and promotes the advanced education for the future generations of our Nation in keeping up with modern educational agendas.


A National Interest Waiver petition filed on behalf of an IT Manager/ Network Administrator employed by a community (charter) school in Ohio was approved by USCIS. The work performed by the petitioner, the pairing of knowledge of computer science as it relates to the field of education is rare and of National Interest as the importance for children to be educated utilizing cutting edge technology, was found to be in the national interest or have "substantial intrinsic merit." The petition was approved by USCIS in just under 12 months from the date of filing.


Our office filed an I-140, Immigrant Petition for Alien Worker of Exceptional Ability with a National Interest Waiver on behalf of a Research Scientist working for a leading supplier of diagnostic imaging equipment, information technology and related healthcare services. The relevant research in the field of Medical Physics, specifically X-ray Detection Physics is very important for the development of new methods of diagnosing and treating cancer. It was found by the USCIS to be in the Nations best interest and of substantial intrinsic merit. The case was recently approved in less than 2 months from the date of filing.


Our office filed an I-140, Immigrant Petition for Alien Worker of Exceptional Ability with a National Interest Waiver, on behalf of a Research Scientist employed by a premier New York Cancer Center. The highly specialized research in the field of Molecular Imaging and Biology (relevant for finding cure/treatment for cancer) was found by the USCIS to be of substantial intrinsic merit and to be in the Nations best interest. The petition was approved by USCIS in only 7 months from the date of filing.


A National Interest Waiver petition filed on behalf of a Research Associate employed by a major university in New York was approved by USCIS. The work performed by the petitioner, research into a potential drug therapy for Autism, was found to be in the national interest or have "substantial intrinsic merit." Moreover, the petitioner herself was found to have standing the field of Neurobiology based on her publications in scholarly journals, her presentations at symposia, and letters submitted by other scientists. The petition was approved by USCIS in just under 5 months from the date of filing.


Our offices filed an I-140, Immigrant Petition for Alien Worker of Exceptional Ability with a National Interest Waiver, on behalf of a Researcher employed by a major New York University. The case was recently approved. The groundbreaking research being undertaken by the Researcher was in the field of Positive Psychology of African Americans. The research was found by the USCIS to be of "substantial intrinsic merit" and to be in the "national interest". The petitioner himself was found to have a standing as a Researcher who possesses a rare level of skill which enables his employers to foray into researching new paradigms thereby resulting in improving efficiency of health care, education, and training of African American children and adults.


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