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National Interest Wavier (NIW) Petition After NOID

By June 28, 2022March 9th, 2023Approvals
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We just had a National Interest Waiver approval for an innovative entrepreneur who provides a unique solution in a particular space.  The applicant was on an E-2 visa running his business and applied for a National Interest Waiver.  The applicant used another law firm to file the initial application and received a NOID (notice of intent to deny).  We reviewed the NOID and the petition and saw a number of Gaps.  We were able to refocus the application and turn the NOID into an approval.  NIW petitions require lawyers who understand the rules and case law.  In this case, we cited to several cases and bolstered the expert opinions for the client.  The client will now move forward with his green card. To learn more, take a look at our resources in the description box below. You can also schedule a consultation for a day and time that is best for you.

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