H-1B Status Approved for Chinese Researcher

H-1B Status Approved for Chinese Researcher

 

China

 


Client: A Medical Research Institute in Cleveland, Ohio

Location: Cleveland, Ohio

Beneficiary’s Nationality: Chinese

Case Type: H-1B Nonimmigrant Status


BACKGROUND: UPON ITS DECISION TO HIRE AN OUTSTANDING RESEARCHER, our client retained us to extend the employee’s nonimmigrant status.


Date of Application: July 25, 2011

Date of Approval:  September 19, 2011


WE HELPED OUR CLIENT prove the beneficiary having met of the following criteria of H-1B status, that:

1). The position held by the employee required at least training of a bachelor’s degree in the field, and

2). Other similar positions of the kind had similar requirements, and

3). Such a position required application of a body of specialized knowledge, and

4). The employee possessed minimal level of required experience for the offered position.


WITHIN TWO MONTHS, our client’s employee received approval notice for H-1B status.


CHALLENGE: H-1B status or visa is fortunately the least controversial part of immigration reform. Unfortunately, it is so only because the lottery for Chinese and Indian high-skilled immigrants is such a sensational suspension for many applicants. In fact, stress of H-1B application process is the worst part. An honest and competent lawyer can make convincing argument on your behalf and timely filing the application. We hope, truly, that our professionalism and care, may alleviate the unnecessary stress you can avoid– the deep fear that no one can speak effectively for you. Call us, should any questions arise.


 

 

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Richard Herman is a nationally-known immigration attorney with 20+ years of experience representing families and businesses in all aspects of immigration law. Richard was voted for inclusion in the 2015 edition of The Best Lawyers in America© and listed in Super Lawyers© for ten consecutive years, Richard is the founder of the Herman Legal Group, an immigration law firm serving clients in over 12 languages from offices in Cleveland, Columbus and Detroit, whose attorneys have represented diverse clientele, from Fortune 500 companies to undocumented workers, from technology entrepreneurs to NFL teams. He is the co-author of the acclaimed book, Immigrant, Inc. ---Why Immigrant Entrepreneurs Are Driving the New Economy (John Wiley & Sons, 2009). Richard has appeared FOX News (The O’Reilly Factor), ABC News 20/20, National Public Radio, and has appeared in the New York Times, USA Today, BusinessWeek, Forbes, Inc., PC World, Computerworld, CIO, TechCrunch and InformationWeek.

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