Green Cards for Scientific Researchers—How to Win Your EB-1/NIW Case!

Tuesday, November 28
12:00 pm – 1:00 pm
Hynes, Level 2, The Hub Stage—Hall D

Brian GetsonBrian H. Getson, Esq., Getson & Schatz
Green Cards for Scientific Researchers—How to Win Your EB-1/NIW Case!

Interested in getting a permanent Green Card to work in the United States?  Generally, a foreign national seeking permanent residence through employment must be sponsored by his or her employer, who must complete the PERM Labor Certification process before sponsoring the foreign national for an immigrant visa. 

From start to finish, the PERM process can take six months or longer. However, there are numerous routes to employment-based permanent residence that do not require PERM Labor Certification, thereby allowing foreign nationals and their employers to avoid this complicated process while also potentially significantly reducing wait time to obtain employment-based permanent residence. 

This presentation will cover and compare the criteria for EB-1A classification for foreign nationals of extraordinary ability in the sciences, arts, education, business, or athletics, EB-1B classification for foreign nationals who are outstanding researchers and professors, and the National Interest Waiver (“NIW”) Category.

Also visit Getson at the Career Fair in the Exhibit Hall to receive a FREE resume review for immigration consultations on Tuesday and Wednesday during Career Fair hours.

About Brian Getson

Getson & Schatz LogoBrian Getson is a graduate of the University of Pennsylvania Law School with 20 years of experience. He is a leading U.S. immigration lawyer who represents scientific researchers in applying for green cards. and his law firm is based in Philadelphia. Getson has given presentations on "Green Cards for Scientific Researchers" at numerous major scientific conferences, the Wistar Institute and at universities. He often provides a money-back guarantee to qualified applicants giving clients confidence that they will get results. See his website researchergreencard.com for more information.