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Immigration Law Associates has assisted a number of musicians to work and live in the U.S, from pop singers to classical instrumentalists. We were recently successful in the case of a classical clarinetist seeking O-1 status.
Our client was a biochemist in a cap-exempt H-1B position. He wanted to move to a for-profit employer who was willing to sponsor him for permanent residence.
We upheld our excellent record of NIW approvals in a recent case on behalf of a structural engineer.
We had a client with experience researching West Nile Virus, who wished to gain permanent residence on that basis. However, he was only at the postdoctoral stage of his career and did not have an offer of a tenure-track or full-time research position.
Immigration Law Associates, P.C. had a client who wanted to apply for an H-1B for a business analyst position at a small construction company.
We recently filed an I-140 Petition for Alien Worker in which the USCIS, subsequent to filing, requested evidence of prerequisites for entrance to our client's degree program from over 20 years ago.
A biotech startup wanted to file an O-1 petition for premium processing on behalf of a new Ph.D. graduate.
A science startup wanted to file a premium processing O-1 case, on behalf of a cancer researcher.