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EB1B profile review

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Posted by donsaber (43) 18 Jan 2018#26
to mzorbot:

no i meant just the list from your accounts page, plus few example emails of invitation and thankyou for completing review.
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Posted by mzorbot (153) 18 Jan 2018#27
to donsaber:

cool thx. r u familiar with any online analytics tools that shows your percentile based on your citation counts in that field? like if i have 100 citations in CSE, am i better than 90 %-95 % of CSE folks in the world?

i reached to david zitzat today. He is claiming that he hardly losing EB-1B cases and has special expertise in handling weaker profiles. Wanted to know is his skill in showing the evidence or does he have any special tools to showcase that.

Thx
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Posted by donsaber (43) 18 Jan 2018#28
to mzorbot:

his skill I believe is his experience doing this for past 30 years. He probably has seen more than enough cases in his life. I was lucky as i did not get any RFE, but the true skill of an attorney is in answering the RFEs and getting approval.

he does not have any special tools, what worked for me was the petition cover letter that he wrote using my achievements and showing evidences. He also helped tremendously in drafting the letters from beginning and told me which achievements to highlight while getting the letters.

90% of your case is built by the reference letters that you get and your achievements what the referrers talk about stating they are exceptional, that's the foundation of your case. The remaining 10% is your cover letter which basically is about using language and quotes from your referrers and developing arguments for evidences and meeting the USCIS requirements.

I do not know about online analytics tools.
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Posted by LostBrilliance (14) 27 Jan 2018#29
Would a certificate of "Outstanding Reviewer" for a good journal help to strengthen the criteria? Do people usually produce such evidence? I ask because the journal says I am ranked in the top 10% percentile but maybe everyone who applies for EB1 falls into that anyway.
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Posted by mzorbot (153) 28 Jan 2018#30
to LostBrilliance:

which journal claims that you are in top 10 %? pls let me know...and top 10 % of what?
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Posted by Integral (371) 28 Jan 2018#31
to LostBrilliance:

Looks good to me. Immigration authorities will check your listed requirements and then will have to make an assessment of all of them and the NIW . What helps with assessments is a reference letter from a member of the US government or from reputable professionals in this field. Then an IO will feel safe to make a decision in your favour.
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Posted by mzorbot (153) 28 Jan 2018#32
to miracle11:

even i have this question... VC says "independent citations" means exclude self and co-author citations. I spoke to 4-5 other lawyers they say only exclude self citations, but co-author citations are ok.....the later makes sense to me...but not sure

u may want to see AAO appeals in this case
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Posted by mzorbot (153) 28 Jan 2018#33
to miracle11:

google
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Posted by Integral (371) 28 Jan 2018#34
to miracle11:

It is an independent citation, since you are not author or co-author of this patent.
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Posted by LostBrilliance (14) 28 Jan 2018#35
to mzorbot:

Most journals in Materials Science do. Top 10% of reviewers in a particular year. The certificate says "in recognition of improving the quality of the journal."
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Posted by HRC1985 (228) 29 Jan 2018#36
to LostBrilliance:

All, If it helps, I just got my EB1B approved. I had one of objectively weak cases by standard of profile I see at Trackitt:

http://www.trackitt.com/usa-discussion-forums/i...
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Posted by tekoshar (80) 03 Feb 2018#37
Hi Guys,

Emergency and quick question:
My OPT expires on May 4th and I cannot extend it.
USCIS denied my I-140 NIW (and I-485 automatically) on Jan 12, 2018. (We have prepared a very good appeal since the officer has made several clear errors in his/her judgment)

I am about to file O-1 and then after that, I want to file Eb1-B.

My updated credential is:

I will graduate (PhD) this April. Right now I am a full-time employee at a company in the US. (Been working there for 9 months)
7 publications including my MS thesis.
86 citations (74 independent).
7 review papers.
1 recent Nature paper with extensive news coverage like Washington Post and New York Times. ~400,000 views on Youtube. The Nature paper happened on Jan 24th.

95% my citations are for my Master, my master field is slightly different than my PhD's but both at the same school in the US.

Do you guys think I will get O1 PP without RFE?
Victoria Chen doesn't still believe that USCIS denied my case. I was one of those 0.6 % unlucky petitioners.
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Posted by LostBrilliance (14) 03 Feb 2018#38
You should definitely get O1 without any issues! I know a lot of people of O1 with profiles far worse than yours.
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Posted by HRC1985 (228) 03 Feb 2018#39
to LostBrilliance:

Guys: I won't say anything with USCIS is automatic approval.

These O1/EB1A/B are so subjective you should never take an approval for granted until it's really approved. And thus, you should always have a solid plan B.

I work at a large semiconductor company and since Trump took over, there has been ton of O1 denials even for strongest of cases. USCIS has changed their adjudication policy in last one year on O1s. Your law firm should be able to confirm this.
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