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                              Sample Cases (National Interest Waiver)

NIW-200: The petitioner/beneficiary was a chemical scientist and worked at a national research laboratory. He received Ph.D. in the United States and published about ten research articles. These publications were moderately cited by others. The petition was filed in 2015 and approved in 2016 (No RFE).

NIW-199: The petitioner/beneficiary was an educational researcher and graduate student at a U.S. public university. He received M.S. in a foreign country and published a few research articles. These publications were minimally cited by others. The petition was filed in 2016 and approved several months later (After RFE).

NIW-198: The petitioner/beneficiary was a biomedical scientist (cell biology) and worked at a U.S. medical school. He received Ph.D. in the United States and published three research articles. These publications were minimally cited by others. The petition was filed in 2015 and approved in 2016 (No RFE).

NIW-197: The petitioner/beneficiary was a chemical scientist (inorganic chemistry) and worked at a U.S. public university. He received Ph.D. in China and published over ten research articles. These publications were moderately cited by others. The petition was filed in 2015 and approved in 2016 (No RFE).

NIW-196: The petitioner/beneficiary was an agricultural scientist (Horticulture and Sustainable Agriculture) and worked at a U.S. public university. She received Ph.D. in the United States and published a few research articles. These publications were minimally cited by others. The petition was filed in 2015 and approved nine months later (No RFE).

NIW-195: The petitioner/beneficiary was a medical scientist (lung physiology) and worked at a U.S. medical school. He received Ph.D. in Belgium and published over ten research articles. These publications were modestly cited by others. The petition was filed in 2015 and approved nine months later (No RFE).

NIW-194: The petitioner/beneficiary was an electrical scientist and engineer (electronics) and was a PhD graduate student at a U.S. university. He received M.S. in Bangladesh and published several research articles. These publications were minimally cited by others. The petition was filed in 2015 and approved nine months later (No RFE).

NIW-193: The petitioner/beneficiary was a medical scientist (headache treatment) and worked at a U.S. medical school. He received M.D. in Ethiopia and published some clinical research articles. These publications were minimally cited by others. The petition was filed in 2015 and approved nine months later (No RFE).

NIW-192: The petitioner/beneficiary was a chemical scientist (analytical chemistry) and worked at a U.S. company. She received Ph.D. in the United States and published several research articles. These publications were modestly cited by others. The petition was filed in 2015 and approved nine months later (No RFE).

NIW-191: The petitioner/beneficiary was a medical scientist (telomeres) and worked at a U.S. medical school. He received Ph.D. in the United States and published about ten research articles. These publications were widely cited by others. The petition was filed in 2015 and approved ten months later (No RFE).

NIW-190: The petitioner/beneficiary was a materials scientist (nanomaterials, energy storage materials) and worked at a major U.S. university. He received Ph.D. in the United States and published over ten research articles. These publications were moderately cited by others. The petition was filed in 2016 and approved several weeks later (No RFE).

NIW-189: The petitioner/beneficiary was a medical scientist (cancer treatment) and worked at a U.S. public medical school. She received Ph.D. in the United States and published several research articles. These publications were minimally cited by others. The petition was filed in 2016 and approved several weeks later (No RFE).

NIW-188: The petitioner/beneficiary was a medical scientist (bone biology) and worked at a U.S. medical research institute. She received Ph.D. in the United States and published two research articles. One article was cited by others. The petition was filed in 2015 and approved in 2016 (No RFE).

NIW-187: The petitioner/beneficiary was a fisheries scientist (American lobster population) and worked at a U.S. Federal research agency. She received Ph.D. in the United States and published several research articles. These publications were minimally cited by others. The petition was filed in 2016 and approved several weeks later (No RFE).

NIW-186: The petitioner/beneficiary was a biomedical scientist (pharmacology) and worked at a U.S. medical school. She received Ph.D. in the United States and published several research articles. These publications were minimally cited by others. The petition was filed in 2015 and approved in 2016 (after RFE).

NIW-185: The petitioner/beneficiary was a chemical scientist (analytical chemistry) and worked at a U.S. company. He received Ph.D. in the United States and published several research articles. These publications were minimally cited by others. The petition was filed in 2016 and approved several weeks later (No RFE).

NIW-184: The petitioner/beneficiary was a chemical scientist (bioresources, water purification) and worked at a U.S. small company. He received Ph.D. in the United States and published several research articles. These publications were minimally cited by others. The petition was filed in 2016 and approved several weeks later (No RFE).

NIW-183: The petitioner/beneficiary was a biomedical scientist (immunology, HIV vaccines) and worked at a U.S. private medical school. He received Ph.D. in China and published about ten research articles. These publications were modestly cited by others. The petition was filed in 2016 and approved several weeks later (No RFE).

NIW-182: The petitioner/beneficiary was a biomedical scientist (cancer research, natural products) and worked at a U.S. private medical school. She received Ph.D. in the United States and published several research articles. These publications were modestly cited by others. The petition was filed in 2016 and approved two months later (No RFE).

NIW-181: The petitioner/beneficiary was a biomedical scientist (lung injury) and worked at a U.S. public university. She received Ph.D. in the United States and published four research articles. These publications were minimally cited by others. The petition was filed in 2016 and approved two months later (After RFE).

NIW-180: The petitioner/beneficiary was a biological scientist (structural virology) and worked at a U.S. private research institution. He received Ph.D. in the United States and published a few research articles. These publications were minimally cited by others. The petition was filed in 2016 and approved two months later (No RFE).

NIW-179: The petitioner/beneficiary was a medical scientist (sleep disorders; medical imaging) and worked at a U.S. private hospital. She received M.D. in China and published a few research articles. These publications were minimally cited by others. The petition was filed in 2015 and approved in 2016 (No RFE).

NIW-178: The petitioner/beneficiary was a medical scientist (snake venom; tumors) and worked at a U.S. university. She received Ph.D. in Brazil and published over twenty research articles. These publications were widely cited by others. The petition was filed in 2015 and approved in 2016 (No RFE).

NIW-177: The petitioner/beneficiary was a chemical scientist (chemical synthesis and characterization) and worked at a U.S. university. She received Ph.D. in the United States and published several research articles. These publications were modestly cited by others. The petition was filed in 2015 and approved in 2016 (No RFE).

NIW-176: The petitioner/beneficiary was a materials scientist (materials science and physics) and worked at a U.S. national laboratory. He received Ph.D. in Austria and published about twenty research articles. These publications were moderately cited by others. The petition was filed in 2015 and approved in 2016 (No RFE).

NIW-175: The petitioner/beneficiary was a computer scientist (automation) and worked at a small U.S. company. He received Ph.D. in the United States and published a few research articles. These publications were minimally cited by others. The petition was filed in 2015 and approved in 2016 (No RFE).

NIW-174: The petitioner/beneficiary was a biomedical scientist (HIV; cancer research) and worked at a U.S. medical school. She received Ph.D. in the United States and published about eight research articles. These publications was modestly cited by others. The petition was filed in 2016 and approved several weeks later (No RFE).

NIW-173: The petitioner/beneficiary was a physical scientist (lasers; plasma) and worked at a U.S. public university. He received Ph.D. in Portugal and published about ten research articles. These publications were moderately cited by others. The petition was filed in 2015 and approved in 2016 (No RFE).

NIW-172: The petitioner/beneficiary was a biomedical scientist (Biochemistry; Genetics) and worked at a U.S. medical school. He received Ph.D. in South Korea and published over ten research articles. These publications were moderately cited by others. The petition was filed in 2016 and approved several weeks later (No RFE).

NIW-171: The petitioner/beneficiary was a biomedical scientist (virology) and worked at a U.S. medical school. He received Ph.D. in Japan and published over ten research articles. These publications were moderately cited by others. The petition was filed in 2015 and approved in 2016 (No RFE).

NIW-170: The petitioner/beneficiary was a computer scientist and engineer (wireless networks; automatic control) and worked at a U.S. small company. He received Ph.D. in the United States and published several conference research articles. These publications were minimally cited by others. The petition was filed in 2015 and approved in 2016 (No RFE).

NIW-169: The petitioner/beneficiary was a medical scientist (cell death) and worked at a U.S. medical school. He received Ph.D. in the United Kingdom and published over ten research articles. These publications were moderately cited by others. The petition was filed in 2015 and approved in 2016 (No RFE).

NIW-168: The petitioner/beneficiary was an atmospheric scientist (climate change research) and worked at a U.S. national laboratory. She received Ph.D. in Canada and published over ten research articles. These publications were moderately cited by others. The petition was filed in 2015 and approved in 2016 (No RFE).

NIW-167: The petitioner/beneficiary was a biomedical scientist (natural products; antibiotics) and worked at a U.S. public medical school. She received M.S. in the United States and published several research articles. One publication was modestly cited by others. The petition was filed in 2015 and approved in 2016 (No RFE).

NIW-166: The petitioner/beneficiary was a mechanical scientist and engineer (materials mechanics) and worked at a U.S. chemical company. She received Ph.D. in the United States and published several research articles. These publications were modestly cited by others. The petition was filed in 2016 and approved several weeks later (No RFE).

NIW-165: The petitioner/beneficiary was a biological scientist (cell structure) and worked at a U.S. medical school. He received Ph.D. in Germany and published several research articles. These publications were modestly cited by others. The petition was filed in 2015 and approved in 2016 (No RFE).

NIW-164: The petitioner/beneficiary was a physicist (Fermi gas, superfluidity) and worked at a famous U.S. investment bank. He received Ph.D. in the United States and published about ten research articles. These publications were widely cited by others. The petition was filed in 2015 and approved in 2016 (No RFE).

NIW-163: The petitioner/beneficiary was a data scientist (bioinformatics, financial analysis) and worked at a major U.S. investment bank. He received Ph.D. in the United States and published over ten research articles. These publications were modestly cited by others. The petition was filed in 2015 and approved in 2016 (No RFE).

NIW-162: The petitioner/beneficiary was a biomaterials scientist and engineer (microrobots, microscope design and optogenetics) and worked at a U.S. famous university. He received Ph.D. in the United States and published over ten research articles. Some publications were widely cited by others. The petition was filed in 2015 and approved in 2016 (No RFE).

NIW-161: The petitioner/beneficiary was a mechanical scientist and engineer (materials,mechanical and energy engineering) and was a Ph.D. graduate student at a U.S. university. He received M.S. in South Korea and published several research articles. These publications were minimally cited by others. The petition was filed in 2015 and approved in 2016 (No RFE).

NIW-160: The petitioner/beneficiary was an electrical scientist and engineer (electrical engineering) and worked at a U.S. famous university. He received Ph.D. in South Korea and published over ten research articles. These publications were widely cited by others. The petition was filed in 2016 and approved several weeks later (No RFE).

NIW-159: The petitioner/beneficiary was a materials scientist and engineer (biomaterials) and worked at a U.S. famous university. She received Ph.D. in South Korea and published four research articles. These publications were modestly cited by others. The petition was filed in 2015 and approved in 2016 (No RFE).

NIW-158: The petitioner/beneficiary was a biomedical scientist (signal transduction, epidemiology, etc.) and worked at a U.S. medical school. She received Ph.D. in the United Kingdom and published about 30 research articles. These publications were very widely cited by others (>5000 times). The petition was filed in 2015 and approved in 2016 (No RFE).

NIW-157: The petitioner/beneficiary was a biomedical engineer and materials scientist (polymer science, materials science, bioengineering) and worked at a U.S. famous university. He received Ph.D. in the United States and published ten research articles. These publications were moderately cited by others. The petition was filed in 2015 and approved in 2016 (No RFE).

NIW-156: The petitioner/beneficiary was a biomedical scientist (transcription in yeast) and worked at a U.S. medical school. He received Ph.D. in the United States and published four research articles. These publications were minimally cited by others. The petition was filed in 2015 and approved in 2016 (No RFE).

NIW-155: The petitioner/beneficiary was a medical scientist (obesity, diabetes, immunology, etc.) and worked at a U.S. medical school. She received Ph.D. in Austria and published  seventeen research articles. These publications were widely cited (>1000 times) by others. The petition was filed in 2015 and approved in 2016 (After RFE on diploma issue).

NIW-154: The petitioner/beneficiary was a materials scientist (magnetic metals) and worked at a U.S. national laboratory. She received Ph.D. in the United States and published  several research articles. These publications were minimally cited by others. The petition was filed in 2015 and approved in 2016 (No RFE).

NIW-153: The petitioner/beneficiary was a neuroscience (computational neurobiology) and worked at a U.S. medical school. She received Ph.D. in China and published  several research articles. These publications were minimally cited by others. The petition was filed in 2015 and approved in 2016 (After RFE).

NIW-152: The petitioner/beneficiary was a molecular biologist (plant biology and biochemistry) and worked at a U.S. medical school. She received M.S. in Russia and published  a few co-authored research articles. These publications were minimally cited by others. The petition was filed in 2015 and approved six months later (After RFE).

NIW-151: The petitioner/beneficiary was a molecular biologist (core facility) and worked at a U.S. public university. He received M.S. in the United States and published  a few co-authored research articles. These publications were minimally cited by others. The petition was filed in 2015 and approved five months later (No RFE).