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gipsydance
08-24-2006, 11:04 AM
Me, Masters In EE, Working in Medical Instrumentation at University.

Papers: 1st author 3, other 7
Conference/Posters: 1st author 3, other 13
Recommendation letters: 7

perm2gc
08-24-2006, 11:08 AM
Me, Masters In EE, Working in Medical Instrumentation at University.

Papers: 1st author 3, other 7
Conference/Posters: 1st author 3, other 13
Recommendation letters: 7post a detailed message..

pappu
08-24-2006, 02:32 PM
Me, Masters In EE, Working in Medical Instrumentation at University.

Papers: 1st author 3, other 7
Conference/Posters: 1st author 3, other 13
Recommendation letters: 7

Just by having papers or reco letters is not good enough for NIW. Infact NIW is made tougher in recent times. Proving that work is in national interest in the most difficult part and cases are rejected due to this reason. If you are from India NIW would only save you couple of months of PERM work. EB2 is retrogressed. NIW was useful when labor certifications used to take sevaral years. If you are from india and you think you are really extraordinary and exceptional in your field, then go EB1. It is current now.if you have to apply in EB2 only then use the perm process. It is fast now.