Pre-planning Your Immigration Case

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In this week's blog, let's focus on laying the ground work for an extraordinary-ability or national-interest waiver case filing.  How can you pre-plan and position yourself to maximize your chances for a successful outcome?  Here are some tips:

1. My first request from clients is usually for a current, thorough resume. This gives me a good idea of their individual accomplishments (as evidenced by major awards, publications and citations, relevant media coverage and other similar honors), the national significance of their research, and level of experience.