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It depends on your goals and situation overall.
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Good question. It will allow you to extend H1B beyond 6 years and work. I would think it is already a great benefit unless you want to return to India/China.
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Yes. If one do not qualify for the EB1, then s/he has to go for the NIW. Please consult with an attorney and have him/her evaluate your case.
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