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Sample Cases (Aliens of extraordinary ability)


EB1A-100: The petitioner/beneficiary was a medical scientist (diabetes and cancer research) and worked at a US medical school. She received PhD in the United States and published about ten peer-reviewed research and review papers. Some papers were moderately cited by others. The petition was filed in 2013 and approved in 2014 (No RFE).


EB1A-99: The petitioner/beneficiary was a chemical scientist (peptide and protein science) and worked at a US public university. He received PhD in India and published over ten peer-reviewed research articles. These papers were moderately cited. The petition was filed in 2013 and approved in 2014 (after RFE).


EB1A-98: The petitioner/beneficiary was a medical scientist (heart regeneration and disease) and worked at a US medical school. He received PhD in China and published about ten peer-reviewed papers. One paper was widely cited and one paper was reported numerous times by news media. The petition was filed in 2014 and approved several days later ( No RFE).


EB1A-97: The petitioner/beneficiary was a biomedical scientist (heart disease and LAM) and worked at a US medical school. She received PhD in the United States and published five peer-reviewed papers. These papers were cited about 100 times. The petition was filed in 2013 and approved in 2014 (after RFE).


EB1A-96: The petitioner/beneficiary was a chemical scientist (NO and CO reduction) and worked at a US public university. He received PhD in China and published over twenty peer-reviewed papers. These papers were moderately cited by others. The petition was filed in 2013 and approved in 2014 (after RFE).


EB1A-95: The petitioner/beneficiary was a biomedical scientist (RNA biology) and worked at a US pharmaceutical company. She received PhD in the United State and published about ten peer-reviewed papers. Some papers were widely cited by others. The petition was filed in 2014 and approved several days later (no RFE).


EB1A-94: The petitioner/beneficiary was a biomedical scientist (neuroscience) and worked at a US medical school. He received PhD in China and published over thirty peer-reviewed papers as the lead or corresponding author. Some papers appeared in the top scientific journals. The petitioner's work was cited over 2000 times. The petition was filed in 2013 and approved in 2014 (no RFE).


EB1A-93: The petitioner/beneficiary was a petroleum engineer (modeling and simulation for oil production) and worked at a US energy research institution. He received PhD in the United States and published some peer-reviewed journal and conference papers. He has also played a critical role in organizations with distinguished reputation. The petition was filed in 2013 and approved in 2014 (after RFE).


EB1A-92: The petitioner/beneficiary was a computer scientist (computer graphics, simulation, animation) and worked at a US entertainment studio. She received PhD in the United States and published three journal papers and one conference paper. The conference paper was widely cited and used in the entertainment industry. The petition was filed in 2014 and approved in several days (no RFE).


EB1A-91: The petitioner/beneficiary was a materials scientist (advanced materials and nanoscience) and worked at a US university. He received PhD in the United States and published about forty journal papers. A few papers were widely cited by others. The petition was filed in 2013 and approved in 2014 (no RFE).


EB1A-90: The petitioner/beneficiary was a biomedical scientist (diabetes and obesity research) and worked at a US medical. He received PhD in the United States and published about ten journal papers. A few papers were moderately cited by others. The petition was filed in 2013 and approved in 2014 (no RFE).


EB1A-89: The petitioner/beneficiary was a biomedical scientist (cell biology) and worked at a US university. He received PhD in China and published about ten journal papers. These papers were moderately cited by others. The petition was filed in 2013 and approved several days later (no RFE).


EB1A-88: The petitioner/beneficiary was a materials scientist (metal and alloy science) and worked at a US university. He received PhD in China and published about ten journal papers. Some papers were widely cited by others. The petition was filed in 2013 and approved one month later (no RFE).


EB1A-87: The petitioner/beneficiary was a medical scientist (cancer research and new drug development) and worked at a leading US biopharmaceutical company. He received PhD in the United States and published over ten journal papers. Some papers were widely cited by others. The petition was filed in 2013 and approved several days later (no RFE).


EB1A-86: The petitioner/beneficiary was a medical imaging scientist (DTI imaging) and worked at a US university. He received PhD in Hong Kong and published over ten journal papers. Some papers were widely cited by others. The petition was filed in 2013 and approved several days later (no RFE).


EB1A-85: The petitioner/beneficiary was a computer scientist (Wireless network) and worked at a top US high-tech company. He received PhD in the United States and published over ten conference papers. These papers were moderately cited by others. The petition was filed in 2013 and approved several days later (no RFE).


EB1A-84: The petitioner/beneficiary was a biomaterials scientist (resilin) and worked at a US university. He received PhD in China and published over ten journal papers. These papers were cited over 100 times in total. The petition was filed in 2013 and approved several months later (after RFE).


EB1A-83: The petitioner/beneficiary was a materials scientist (new battery technology) and worked at a US national laboratory. He received PhD in China and published about 20 journal papers. These papers were moderately cited by others. The petition was filed in 2013 and approved several days later (no RFE).


EB1A-82: The petitioner/beneficiary was a biomedical scientist (neurodegenerative disease model) and worked at a US medical school. She received PhD in the United States and published two original research articles and one review paper. One paper was widely cited by others. The petition was filed in 2013 and approved several months later (after RFE).


EB1A-81: The petitioner/beneficiary was a computer scientist (machine learning, massive data search) and worked at a top US technology company. He received PhD in the United States and published about 50 journal and conference papers. Some papers were widely cited by others. The petition was filed in 2013 and approved several days later (no RFE).


EB1A-80: The petitioner/beneficiary was a medical scientist (bioinformatics and cancer research) and worked at a US medical school. He received PhD in China and published about 30 research papers. Some papers were widely cited by others. The petition was filed in 2013 and approved nine months later (no RFE).


EB1A-79: The petitioner/beneficiary was a medical scientist (medical genetics, DTI imaging) and worked at a US medical school. He received PhD in Europe and published over ten research papers. These papers were widely cited by others. The petition was filed in 2013 and approved two days later (no RFE).


EB1A-78: The petitioner/beneficiary was a biomedical scientist (gene transcription) and worked at a US university. She received PhD in the United States and published about ten research papers. These papers were moderately cited by others. The petition was filed in 2013 and approved two months later (after Notice of Intent to Deny).


EB1A-77: The petitioner/beneficiary was a biochemical scientist (NMR structural biology) and worked at a US Federal agency. He received PhD in the United States and published nine research papers. These papers were moderately cited by others. The petition was filed in 2013 and approved two months later (no RFE).


EB1A-76: The petitioner/beneficiary was a bioinformatics scientist and worked at a US public university. He received PhD in the United States and published over ten research papers. Some papers were widely cited. The petitioner/beneficiary also developed bioinformatics tools that were widely used by others. The petition was filed in 2013 and approved several days later (no RFE).


EB1A-75: The petitioner/beneficiary was a biomedical scientist (immunologyand worked at a US medical school. He received PhD in China and published about twenty research papers. Some papers were substantially cited by others. The petition was filed in 2013 and approved nine months later (no RFE).


EB1A-74: The petitioner/beneficiary was a biomedical scientist (autophagy and cell deathand worked at a US medical school. He received PhD in the United States and published over ten research papers. Some papers were very widely cited by others. The petition was filed in 2013 and approved one week later (no RFE).


EB1A-73: The petitioner/beneficiary was a biomedical scientist (model of heart disease and regenerationand worked at a US university. He received PhD in the United States and published several research papers. One paper was widely reported and highlighted. The petition was filed in 2013 and approved two months later (after RFE).


EB1A-72: The petitioner/beneficiary was a biomedical scientist (cancer and virus researchand worked at a US university. She received PhD in the United States and published four research papers. These publications were moderately cited by others. The petition was filed in 2013 and approved three months later (after notice of intent to deny, or NOID).


EB1A-71: The petitioner/beneficiary was a biochemical scientist (drug discovery for brain cancer treatmentand worked at a US university. He received PhD in India and published over ten research papers. Some papers were substantially cited by others. The petition was filed in 2013 and approved two days later (no RFE).


EB1A-70: The petitioner/beneficiary was a chemical scientist (quantum dotsand worked at a US university. He received PhD in the United States and published over ten research papers. Some papers were moderately cited by others. The petition was filed in 2013 and approved two days later (no RFE).


EB1A-69: The petitioner/beneficiary was a medical scientist (Alzheimer's diseaseand worked at a US medical school. He received PhD in China and published about 20 research papers. Half of the publications are in Chinese. These publications were moderately cited by others. The petition was filed in 2013 and approved six months later (with RFE).


EB1A-68: The petitioner/beneficiary was a materials scientist (new battery technologyand worked at a US university. He received PhD in China and published about 20 research papers. Some papers were substantially cited by others. The petition was filed in 2013 and approved two days later (no RFE).


EB1A-67: The petitioner/beneficiary was a biomedical scientist (neuroscienceand worked at a US medical schgool. He received MD in China and PhD in the United States and published 40 research papers, most of them in Chinese. Some papers were substantially cited by others. The petition was filed in 2013 and approved two days later (no RFE).


EB1A-66: The petitioner/beneficiary was a biomedical scientist (Alzheimer's diseaseand worked at a US medical school. He received PhD in the United States and published about ten research papers. These papers were substantially cited by others. The petition was filed in 2013 and approved one month later (no RFE).


EB1A-65: The petitioner/beneficiary was a biomedical scientist (protein modificationand worked at a US research institute. He received PhD in China and published three research papers. These papers were widely cited by others. The petition was filed in 2013 and approved one day later (no RFE).


EB1A-64: The petitioner/beneficiary was a chemical scientist (inorganic chemistryand worked at a US national laboratory. He received PhD in the United States and published fifteen research articles. These papers were widely cited by others. The petition was filed in 2013 and approved one day later (no RFE).


EB1A-63: The petitioner/beneficiary was a medical scientist (immunology and cardiovascular biologyand worked at a US medical school. He received PhD in China and published six papers in English journals and over ten articles in Chinese journals. These papers were modestly cited by others. The petition was filed in 2013 and approved eight months later (no RFE).


EB1A-62: The petitioner/beneficiary was a computer scientist (computer vision, neuroimaging, DTIand worked at a US public university. He received PhD in the United States and published nearly forty journal and conference papers. These papers were modestly cited by others. The petition was filed in 2013 and approved ten day later (no RFE).


EB1A-61: The petitioner/beneficiary was a biochemical scientist (protein structure and functionand worked at a US public university. He received PhD in another country and published about ten research papers. These publications were moderately cited by others. The petition was filed in 2013 and approved one day later (no RFE).


EB1A-60: The petitioner/beneficiary was a medical scientist (neuroscience, toxicologyand worked at a US medical school. He received PhD in an foreign country and published nearly twenty research papers. These papers were moderately cited by others. The petition was filed in 2012 and approved in 2013 (no RFE).


EB1A-59: The petitioner/beneficiary was a medical scientist (bioinformaticsand worked at a US medical school. She received PhD in the United States and published nearly twenty research papers. A few papers were widely cited by others. The petition was filed in 2013 and approved one day later (no RFE).


EB1A-58: The petitioner/beneficiary was a medical scientist (virology and cancer researchand worked at a US medical school. He received PhD in the United States and published about ten research papers. These papers were moderately cited by others. The petition was filed in 2013 and approved three months later (no RFE).


EB1A-57: The petitioner/beneficiary was a medical scientist (development and bone diseaseand worked at a US medical school. He received PhD in another country and published about twenty research and review  papers. These publications were moderately cited by others. The petition was filed in 2013 and approved two months later (RFE).


EB1A-56: The petitioner/beneficiary was a medical scientist (immunologyand worked at a US medical school. She received PhD in the United States and published about ten research and review  papers. Some papers were widely cited by others. The petition was filed in 2013 and approved several days later (no RFE).


EB1A-55: The petitioner/beneficiary was a medical scientist (medical geneticsand worked at a US medical school. He received PhD in the United States and published over ten research papers. These publications were widely cited by others. The petition was filed in 2013 and approved one day later (no RFE).


EB1A-54: The petitioner/beneficiary was a biochemical and biomedical scientist (G-Quadruplexes, cancerand worked at a US medical school. He received PhD in the United States and published about six research and review  papers. One research paper and one review paper were widely cited by others. The petition was filed in 2013 and approved one month later (RFE).


EB1A-53: The petitioner/beneficiary was a structural biologist (dengue virus proteins) and worked at a US medical school. He received PhD in another country and published about ten journal papers. These papers were widely cited by others. The petition was filed in 2013 and approved several days later (No RFE).


EB1A-52: The petitioner/beneficiary was a biomedical scientist (structural biology and neuroscience) and worked at a US medical school. She received PhD in another country and published about ten journal papers. These papers were modestly cited by others. The petition was filed in 2013 and approved several days later (No RFE).


EB1A-51: The petitioner/beneficiary was a reliability engineer and worked at a US manufacturing company. He received PhD in the United States and published over ten journal and conference papers. Most of the papers were not cited by others and the total citations for his English publications were between 20 to 30. The petitioner also published a paper in a foreign language which was cited  about 20 times. The petition was filed in 2013 and approved two months later (with RFE).