Is the Definition of Outstanding for EB1-OR Application?
I am a research associate at a university, and considering to apply for Green Card in the category of EB1-Outstanding Researchers or Professors. What is the definition of "outstanding"? and how outstanding an applicant should be?
“Outstanding” researchers and professors can qualify for a Green Card in a stream-lined fashion, without the employer first testing the labor market through an application for labor certification, which is the standard procedure for other professionals.
To qualify as
applicant must be recognized internationally in a
specific academic area. Evidence of this international recognition can
include: major prizes or awards; membership in associations that
require outstanding achievements of their members;
published material in professional publications about the
work; participation as a judge of the work of others; and original
scientific or scholarly
research, including authorship of scholarly articles or books.
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