No competent attorney can ever guarantee a case. If an attorney gives you a guarantee run as fast as you can away and find another attorney. One would have to review the documents in order to determine whether EB-1 is possible.
You should retain an experienced immigration lawyer to review all the facts, advise you, and handle the case. You can find one through http://www.ailalawyer.com.
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I completely agree with my colleague. It is simply impossible to give any kind of guarantee in an EB-1A case. If anybody gives you a guarantee, that's definitely a red flag. Based on the information you provided, it is not clear whether or not you're eligible under EB-1A. There is a lot of different factors to consider in an EB-1A case than a simple list of documents. The only way any competent attorney can evaluate your chances is by talking you, analyzing what kind of evidence can be gathered and reviewing all your documentation. I do not advertise my fees on this forum. Send me a message if you want a proposal. My firm's website: www.bltplaw.com
By the way, I would recommend against filing any kind of EB-1A case under premium processing. There are several reasons for that.
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Please retain an attorney and have him/her review your achievements.
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In some cases this could work out, in some it would not. It depends on the subject of your work/studies, where cited, where presented, what type of associations etc. etc. Impossible to determine your chanced without a more detailed review.
Please consider scheduling a consultation with an attorney to evaluate your case.