On July 24, 2008, Nebraska Service Center approved an NIW application we filed for a researcher living in Canada. This researcher, a Ph.D. in the field of photonic technologies, previously filed an NIW application through the help of an another law firm without success. Through our help, this petition was approved by the Nebraska Service Center outright without receiving any Request for Evidence from NSC.
Our client in this case received his Ph.D. in the early 70s. Over the years he has established himself as a pioneer, and one of the few top researchers, in his specialty field. Nevertheless, his previous NIW petition was denied by the USCIS. He later found Lin & Valdez and decided to retain us to refile the petition. For his application Attorney Stewart Lin redrafted a 20-page long petition letter and explained to the USCIS in great detail the benefit and interest our clientˇ¦s research brings to the US. From the beginning we told our client that we have high confidence in his case. Our client is ecstatic receiving this great news.
It has long been believed that the Nebraska Service Center applies a stricter examination standard and as such many clients worry about filing their petition to NSC. However, over the years we have been known for our detail and extensive preparation for a filing. For each case, we analyze the uniqueness of the petition, and painstakingly prepare detail but to-the-point petition letter for our client. Our countless approvals in EB-1, NIW, and O-1, both from NSC and TSC, have proved the success of our method. We always believe that if a case is prepared right, it does not matter where it is filed and we have proved our record.
Please contact us immediately if you are thinking about applying for NIW or EB-1. We will give you our thought to the chance of your application. As we always say, the best help you need is just a click away!