Frank Gets His Employment Visa

Frank Gets His Employment Visa

Frank came to the United States to pursue his love of chemistry.  When he came to our office, he was as an assistant professor of chemistry at a local college.  His college respected his work as a teacher and scholar, and wanted to hire him as a permanent faculty member. Unfortunately, Frank was only authorized as a temporary worker by USCIS.

As with many of our cases,  Frank had a number of different immigration options, including the PERM Visa.   Each option implied certain advantages and disadvantages, so we spent the first part of our work carefully assessing and explaining  Frank’s chances of success with each option.

Frank was competent but very humble, and we discovered several qualifications that Frank himself had overlooked.  For instance, when we reviewed Frank’s accomplishments, we found that his research was internationally recognized.  In his case, the PERM option proved to be unnecessary.  Finally, we chose the immigration option that appeared to be the best one for Frank’s case.

Today, Frank is a full professor, sharing his love and expertise with hundreds of chemistry students.