Are we in national interest?
There are easily 100000 of us here in the line. If we are all given GC's would it work in the national interest?
Specifically, there are three tests for national interest. Refer to this link for a more comprehensive explanation:
Miller Mayer - National Interest Waivers
1: Work of "Substantive Intrinsic merit": Basically any work is bound to have some merit, and can probably be quantified to prove that it is potentially worth billions
2: National in scope: Any work done that can be replicated all over the country and benefit a lot of people, or applied everywhere
3: Applicant should be more productive than his colleagues
Collectively, do we meet these criteria? Point by point:
1. Gather details of each and every one's project, past and present, and state the intrinsic merits
2. Include explanations on how the projects and technologies, if or when applied globally, would make a difference
3. Maybe, if you have an approved labor, this can be taken care of
And if we include all of our applications as one, and mention the economic benefits of our migrating, and submit a single application, or several as a whole, do we stand a chance of getting approved for a GC based on National Interest Waiver?
In principle, do you believe that our immigration is in the national interest?
And suppose it was rejected, is it possible to proceed with a class action?
We have nothing to lose by this..
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