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National Interest Waiver (NIW) Approved in 7 Days for an Aerospace Engineer & Entrepreneur

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We just had a National Interest Waiver (NIW) I-140 petition approved from USCIS Nebraska Service Center only 7 days after submission with premium processing. The applicant was on an E-2 Visa and moved to a green card.   The applicant is a national of Spain and is an entrepreneur running an aerospace engineering firm that provides specialized services to test and improve hybrid-electric airplane models to reach commercialization. The petitioner had deep experience working with some of the industry’s top reputed aircraft R&D projects 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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