[I-485 신분 변경 승인] Congratulations to our Genetics Research Scientist client for Change of Status and Permanent Residence Approval
genetics research scientist
Song Law Firm is happy to announce the news of approval!
Our client is a genetics research scientist who filed a civil petition for EB-2 NIW and I-485 status change petitions with Song Law Firm and thus has been approved by the Immigration Service.
This is the customer who informed me of the approval of the EB-2 NIW immigration petition in June of this year. Our law firm received the good news that the I-485 status change (adjustment) petition that we applied together was quickly approved without an interview, just two months after the EB-2 NIW petition was approved. Now, if our client just receives a permanent resident card, they can become the permanent resident they always wanted to be. Our law firm is very happy to announce your approval, and we wish you all the best in this field in the future.
If you are filing an immigration petition in the United States, you must petition for a work immigrant visa under U.S. immigration law and a change or adjustment of your current status. An immigrant visa petition and a change of status petition can be processed at the same time, and both petitions must be approved in order to receive permanent residency. The work immigrant visa process is complicated and it takes a lot of time and effort for an individual to process. Also, there is a lot of evidence to prepare for a change of status or adjustment, and proper guidance is also required for this. That’s why it’s important to see an experienced and communicative lawyer for these work immigrant visas and status change petitions. The lawyers of Song Law Firm’s immigration team have unparalleled experience and approval experience in immigration petitions as well as status change petition cases, and give priority to communication with clients. Also, from these many experiences, they are quickly exposed to the latest visa and immigration trends, and they are also quick to read and adjust to the latest trends of the USCIS.
If you have any questions about obtaining an immigrant visa or permanent residency, please contact Song Law Firm.