Do you have an advanced degree or exceptional ability and want to immigrate to the United States but don’t have an employer as a sponsor? If so, that may not necessarily mean you have to go through the EB-2 process. Instead, a National Interest Waiver lawyer may be able to help. Here at the Rijal Law Firm, we’ve helped many clients over the years to obtain an employment-based green card without a previous job offer or approved labor certification from the Department of Labor. Now, we can put that experience to work for you.
Putting Together the Strongest Case for You
During initial conversations with our clients, we lay out the various immigration options that we feel best fit our clients. Drawing upon our years of experience, we can help you to make the best decisions to pursue your immigration dreams. To qualify for this waiver, for example, you need to have a Master’s, a Ph.D., or a post-baccalaureate degree. When we take your case, our team will work with you to put together the case that gives you the best possible chance of success. For example, if we determine that you would best be served by pursuing a National Interest Waiver, we can help with the evidence that shows the work you plan to do in America has substantial as well as national merit. When determining your case, the USCIS takes into consideration the potential impact of your work for the country in areas such as tech, science, education, health, business, and culture. We know how to make your case as compelling as possible for those who will make the final decision.
The Right National Interest Waiver for You
The National Interest Waiver is different from other immigration petitions for many reasons, not the least of which is that there’s no set kind of application. Every application, just like every applicant, is different. This is another reason to work with an experienced attorney: we know how to create and file the kind of application that in the past has led to success for our clients. To qualify for the National Interest Waiver, the Administrative Appeals Office looks at your experience, your educational background, your skills, your past record, as well as your plan of action. Our team has to know how to craft these in such a compelling way as to fit exactly what the AAO is looking for.
A National Interest Waiver Lawyer on Your Side
It’s difficult to overstate the amount of paperwork that a National Interest Waiver entails. Not only can we help you with all of this paperwork, but we can also help put together the right case to make on your behalf. We encourage interested applicants to reach out to us. During a free consultation, we can help you to get started with a National Interest Waiver or determine which kind of immigration path would be best for you.