Researcher from China Received Green Card
Client: A Medical Research Institute in Cleveland, Ohio
Beneficiary’s Nationality: China
Location: Cleveland, Ohio
Case Type: I-485 Adjustment of Status (Green Card) Based on Employment
Date of Application: December 28, 2011
Date of I-140 Approval: August 22, 2012
Date of Approval: October 16, 2012
BACKGROUND: UPON ITS DECISION TO HIRE AN OUTSTANDING RESEARCHER, our client retained us to secure permanent resident status for its choice employee.
WE HELPED OUR CLIENT prove that the employer would continue to employ this particular employee because he was a highly valuable researcher.
TWO MONTHS AFTER THE GRANT OF I-140, our client’s employee was granted permanent resident status (Green Card).
CHALLENGE: Based on this particular researcher’s outstanding record, we only encountered ordinary challenges and tedium. For outstanding researcher cases, evidence gathering especially requires careful chronicling all the publication and achievements. Moreover, as the representative of the institution that sponsors the application, we particularly need to make a persuasive argument to skeptic readers and reviewers. Essentially, we need to prove how the particular researcher is valuable to the institution, based on excellent research record, and thus deserves the green card. This complex argument often requires professional legal assistance, so that your deserving and precious opportunity would not be squandered by unwanted mistakes. Please consider consulting a reliable attorney, before you file your own application.
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