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Topic: EB1A Criteria   Go to last post
Posted: Sunday, February 19, 2017 10:47:14 PM(UTC)

I am applying for an EB1A. I live in California but the company I work for has offices all over the country (and the world). I can use any address for applying.

I wanted to know does the Nebraska versus the Texas service center affect the approval chances for a i140? Till 2012 the approval rate at Texas was much higher than Nebraska.

If so, what should I use as an address proof? so I can file at the Texas service center.

Second question -
My profile is as follows:
MBA from Top 10 School, working at a top tier management consulting firm. 10+ years of experience
Targeting the following criteria:
1. Judge - Was in a panel of judges for a international business case competition
2. Original scientific, business contribution - Letter from CXO of a Fortune 10 organization stating major business impact benefiting several local economies. Have media citations for the impact of the work
3. Leading or critical role for distinguished organization - Recommendation letters from senior partners and senior clients stating the criticality of my work, and media citations for a distinguished organization
4. High Salary - Very high salary, top 0.1% of profession

What are my chances of EB1A. I have hired a immigration lawyer as well. Money is no concern can get a panel of lawyer(s) if need be.

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