Success Story: EB-1a approved in two weeks

Thursday July 1, 2021
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Attorney Mika B. Kozar filed an EB-1 Extraordinary Ability Immigrant Petition for one of the most prominent, accomplished, and forward thinking experts in the field of Enterprise Solutions Architecture, including Artificial Intelligence (AI), the Internet of Things (IOT), and Machine Learning.   The self-petitioned beneficiary is well known in the global information technology industry for his world-class expertise, extraordinary leadership abilities, and impressive record of achievements in developing, delivering and executing multimillion dollar re-engineering projects for major international corporations. He has made significant contributions of enormous impact through the various leading and critical roles in which he has served for several of the world’s leading tech giants. He has also authored multiple books and published numerous peer-reviewed articles in leading international journals in the field.   The EB-1 petition was filed with a request for premium processing service and approved by USCIS within two weeks.

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