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Researchers, Scientists and the National Interest Waiver Program



The United States is enriched by immigration, and especially by those whose talents help to fill much-needed skilled positions for a host of companies throughout the country. For those hoping to find a new home in the United States, the National Interest Waiver Program is a great way to make that home permanent.

This week Kaushik Ranchod sits down once again with John Corcoran to discuss some common questions about the National Interest Waiver Program, including the types of educational degrees which may qualify, how to petition, whether children are included in the program, and reasons for a denial of a petition.

Here’s a glimpse of what you’ll learn: 

  • [1:56] How to know if someone qualifies
  • [3:59] The types of positions which are common for this process
  • [6:19] Is an advanced degree required?
  • [8:20] Are children included in the Waiver?
  • [9:24] Common cases which are denied
  • [10:41] Kaushik’s final thoughts on the National Interest Waiver Program

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