Our Suggestions for You to Apply for an NIW or an EB-1A
Many people have become very disappointed during this economic downturn. In the past, scientific researchers, engineers, and other noteworthy individuals have filed NIW and EB-1A petitions to obtain a green card and stay in the U.S. However, during this economic decline, many of them are reluctant to try anymore. One of the reasons is that they are thinking about going back to their home country to develop their career, especially when China and India have a booming economy.
Our suggestions for you: still apply for an NIW or an EB-1A I-140 case even though you are thinking about going back to your home country or another country in the near future. There are the following benefits in doing so:
You should definitely take into consideration the above-mentioned benefits when deciding whether to apply for an I-140, even if you are thinking about going to another country soon.
At Zhang & Associates, P.C., we have successfully helped many of our clients obtain green cards through consular processing after their NIW, EB-1A or other type of I-140 case was approved. For instance, we helped one of our clients obtain a green card at the U.S. Consulate in London recently. This client filed his I-140 case in 2000, but later he temporarily lost his job during the economic recession in 2001. He then went to London, England to obtain a PhD degree. In 2002, his I-140 case was approved. Last year in 2008, he completed his PhD degree and wanted to come back to work in the US. We then helped him to file the consular processing application, and he went through the interview at the U.S. Consulate in London and received his green card smoothly and quickly.
Since our founding over ten years ago, our firm has continued to provide a wide range of services to our clients. Zhang & Associates, P.C. provides a full-range of immigration services and specializes in NIW, EB-1A and other employment-based immigration categories.
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