Outstanding Researcher from Azerbaijan’s I-140 Approved
Client: A Large Hospital in Cleveland, Ohio
Beneficiary’s Occupation: Medical Researcher
Beneficiary’s Nationality: Azerbaijan
Location: Cleveland, Ohio
BACKGROUND: When the H-1B status of our client’s newly hired outstanding researcher was soon expiring, we were retained to secure her immigration status for our client.
Date of Application: June 18, 2008
Date of Approval: March 30, 2009
WE HELPED OUR CLIENT demonstrate that he experience exceeds the criteria of two years of verifiable record of qualified employment.
ABOUT NINE MONTHS LATER, our client was granted an immigration status to continue her outstanding research in the U.S.
CHALLENGE: Though Outstanding researcher also falls under Employment-Based 1 or more commonly known as EB-1, it is different from Alien with Extraordinary Ability in Arts, Science, Business or Athletic. Outstanding researcher category requires sponsorship from the employer. On the contrary, an alien with claimed extraordinary ability can just sponsor himself or herself.
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