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National Interest Waiver (NIW) Approved for a Cybersecurity Entrepreneur on E-2 Visa

Cybersecurity Entrepreneur

We just had a National Interest Waiver (NIW) I-140 petition approved from USCIS Texas Service Center about 1 month after submission with premium processing. The applicant is an entrepreneur on an E-2 visa developing a cybersecurity company that provides specialized security-testing services to discover hidden flaws in applications and is a national of Israel. The petitioner had a decade of experience leading cybersecurity testing initiatives with high profile government entities and generated substantial interest in their work from U.S. industry actors. NIW petitions are complex and require lawyers who understand how to craft a most effective case strategy that highlights the unique strengths of each case. To learn more, take a look at our free resources below. You can also schedule a consultation at a date and time that is best for you.

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