“Postdoctoral Researcher in Molecular Microbiology
Approved National Interest Waiver (NIW) and Green Card
In March 2014 I received an invitation to attend a Q&A session at Casseus Law Office, on which MIT postdocs could ask questions regarding visas, green cards, and immigration. In that time, I was not even aware of the option of self-petitioning based on academic accomplishments. Now, I happily celebrated my first July 4th as a permanent resident of the U.S.! Attorney Casseus made this possible, and moreover, her enthusiasm and professionalism made the whole process smooth and enjoyable.
Casseus Law provided a free evaluation and meeting to discuss my CV and achievements to determine whether I was a good candidate for the National Interest Waiver petition. Attorney Casseus gave me a green light to start the application process. She not only helped me to present myself at my best at my exhibits, but also helped me to obtain eight letters of recommendation from leading scientists, who could serve as independent evaluators of my work. I also received a lot of support in the later stages of the petition process – attorney Casseus and I attended InfoPass meetings, and she was always on top of my case by keeping on track with USCIS.
Immigration process could be exhausting, but in my case, attorneys Rachel and Sabine Casseus made it fun. They showed me that hard and professional work could be combined with friendship, which I hope will last!
I highly recommend Casseus Law Office to anyone considering immigration to the U.S. Obtaining National Interest Waiver and Green card opens a whole new world of work opportunities for postdocs, researchers and entrepreneurs. Why not give it a try – the 100% success of Casseus law cases says it all!”
—MILENA LAZOVA (VIA GOOGLE REVIEW)