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hselin

EB1B Chances - your opinions

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Hi,

 

I am requesting on my wife's behalf. We are planning to apply for the EB1B and her credentials are:

 

1. PhD in Chemistry and currently Assistant Scientist in a top 50 univ. Currently working on industry sponsored projects and the work would not lead to papers, but only patents.

2. Publication citations: 24 from 3 publications.

3. Due to the kind of work, the lab generally publishes patents: she has 3 published patents (1st author in two) and 2 patents in process.

4. Talk/poster presentations in over 15 conferences.

5. Assistant editor in 1 journal.

6. Few accolades during doctorate studies.

 

Are patents at all considered for the EB1B or journal publications are valued much more? We'll be able to obtain 8-10 recommendations.

 

Also how much time does it generally take to receive an EAD?

 

I would greatly appreciate your feedback.

 

Thank you.

 

Hselin

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Hi,

 

I am requesting on my wife's behalf. We are planning to apply for the EB1B and her credentials are:

 

1. PhD in Chemistry and currently Assistant Scientist in a top 50 univ. Currently working on industry sponsored projects and the work would not lead to papers, but only patents.

2. Publication citations: 24 from 3 publications.

3. Due to the kind of work, the lab generally publishes patents: she has 3 published patents (1st author in two) and 2 patents in process.

4. Talk/poster presentations in over 15 conferences.

5. Assistant editor in 1 journal.

6. Few accolades during doctorate studies.

 

Are patents at all considered for the EB1B or journal publications are valued much more? We'll be able to obtain 8-10 recommendations.

 

Also how much time does it generally take to receive an EAD?

 

I would greatly appreciate your feedback.

 

Thank you.

 

Hselin

I believe your wife would qualify for EB2-NIW. Run it through an attorney.

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Thank you Jairichi for your reply. We will soon be meeting with university lawyers in a few days. Waiting to hear what they have to say.

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Thank you Jairichi for your reply. We will soon be meeting with university lawyers in a few days. Waiting to hear what they have to say.

Good luck.

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