I have been at FAU more than 2 years with J-1 visa. Now I want to apply for NIW Green card, but I only have 6 paper with less than 10 citations. I also have 7 poser presentation in International meetings. Ad hoc reviewer of 3 paper in 3 journal and won 2 travel awards. I am not sure that still I have eligibility to apply for NIW. Is there anybody here to help me? Thanks
When you need with immigration issues you would always want to have an attorney.
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No competent immigration lawyer = denial. It's that simple.
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For sure have an attorney, it is worth it.
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You should consult with an attorney who has experience preparing NIW applications.
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