Congratulations to our client, a software engineer with extensive experience in flight simulation software, who recently received the approval notice for his EB2 National Interest Waiver. In support of his Petition we were successful in demonstrating that our client possessed exceptional talent not only in the technical aspects of software engineering but had a solid command of the business aspects of his intended endeavor. USCIS accepted our argument that our client’s balance of technical and leadership skills would be immediately impactful in the US, specifically with the likely changes coming to aircraft designs in the post-COVID-19 era as the airline industry works to bounce back from significant downturn.
Our client’s history includes the development of highly successful flight simulator software for leading companies in Brazil. We were successful in establishing to the satisfaction of USCIS that our client was a software engineer with a deep and broad knowledge covering electrics, hydraulics, mechanics, software and machine language – specifically with flight and aerodynamics — all of which required substantial training and experience. As the United States is among the world leaders in aviation, access to specialists such as our client was found has substantial merit to the national interest.
Despite our receipt of a Request for Evidence (RFEs) for our client’s NIW Petition in this case, his petition was approved. Congratulations again to our client. If you are interested in finding out more about the EB2 National Interest Waiver, please feel free contact our office today to schedule a consultation. Initial consultations can be scheduled online, or by calling our Orlando office at (407) 478-1111, Miami office at (305) 455-0590 or our Tampa office at (813) 444-1114.