EB-1B Outstanding Researcher – Food Science (M.S. in Food Science – No Ph.D.)

This is your client for the EB-1-OR application through _____ Inc. I wanted to inform you that I have received the Green Card. Me and my wife would like to thank you from the bottom of our hearts for successfully managing our case to completion. We are extremely excited about this as it will open up a lot of opportunities for us. Also, wanted to share the news of the birth of our baby boy. He is 4 weeks old now.”

The Client came to us after being rejected for the EB-1B category by a prominent Law Firm that felt that his lack of a Ph.D. was a clear disqualification and he did not qualify for the EB-1 category. We reviewed his resume carefully and after a detailed discussion discovered his background was nothing less than extraordinary. Mr. Shenoy (assumed name) had obtained a Master’s degree in Food Science from the Number #1 ranked university for Food Science in the U.S. While employed with his current employer, Mr. Shenoy had invented a supplement which would allow patients maintain healthy blood glucose, triglyceride and cholesterol levels using a single product at a manageable daily dose. A patent application had been filed, but not granted. Evidentiary documentation of a key collaboration for the research along with the patent application, research methodology showing extensive testing and painstaking research over 24 months, publications (6) and evidence of membership were submitted.

The petition was approved in record time.

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