Research Scientist in the field of Computer Vision and his son approved for O-1A and O-3 status in 8 days.
Case Type: O-1A for Extraordinary Ability in the Sciences
Industry: Artificial Intelligence & Computer Science
Field: Computer Vision
Country of Origin: the People’s Republic of China
Position Offered: Research Scientist
Approval Notice Date: January 2021
Processing Time: 8 days
A senior Research Scientist in the field of Computer Vision employed the expertise of Meyer Law Group to file his O-1A petition. The O-1A is a nonimmigrant visa for individuals with extraordinary ability or achievements.
A Summary of the Petition:
In his petition, we noted that the client made two significant contributions to the computer vision field. Firstly, he invented a novel geodesic-based visual correspondence approach for image-based modeling applications. Secondly, he created a computational framework for 3D scanning and texture synthesis utilizing RGB-D sensor. Most importantly, the client had 14 publications at the time of filing with more than 142 citations.
Furthermore, the client received six letters of recommendation. Each letter verified his advanced research and the impact of his innovative contributions in the field. In addition, one letter noted his potential beneficial influence on America’s computer vision community.
Finally, we noted the client’s strong reputation. Selective journals and conferences featured the client alongside some of the most recognized names in Computer Vision, Machine Learning, and Artificial Intelligence. For example, the client was featured in the IEEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition. To clarify, this conference is No. 1 among top publications in Computer Vision & Pattern Recognition.
With our firm’s help, the client filed an O-1A petition for himself and an O-3 petition for his infant son. As a result of our team, USCIS approved both the O-1A and O-3 petition only eight days after filing. To conclude, MLG is honored to help such a talented individual secure a promising future for himself and his family in the United States. We wish them the best of luck.
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