Personalized, white-glove service
US Immigration law is complex so we don’t use cookie-cutter approaches. We take time to learn the details of your case to put together tailored strategies that work.
Experience & Accountability
Our team has over 20 years of experience handling even the most complex O-1B cases. We stand behind our work – a portion of our retainer is based on our approval.
24 hour access and transparency
Our team is accessible round-the-clock via text, chat, email or phone. Or follow your case status via our online client portal.
I’M BEYOND THANKFUL
I can HIGHLY recommend anyone looking for a great immigration lawyer. Ashkan and his team has been on top from day one and answered all my questions and frantic calls.
– Jennie Vinter
THE PATH LAW GROUP TEAM WAS INCREDIBLE
They were extremely diligent in putting my application together, and were quick, patient and responsive during that period. I can only highly recommend them.
– Alix De Torquat
I CAN’T RECOMMEND PATH LAW ENOUGH
Diligent, thorough, trustworthy and very good at explaining exactly what is needed I felt I was in safe hands from the start – and the outcome backed that up!
– Marianne Cantwell
After almost 20 years of frustration and confusion over the National Interest Waiver (NIW) standards set forth in NYSDOT, the Administrative Appeals Office of the USCIS issued an overruling decision in Matter of Dhanasar, 26 I&N Dec. 884 (AAO 2016). The case has opened the door for entrepreneurs, researchers, physicians, businesspeople, artists and more, to achieve permanent residency in the United States.
For more detailed information, please see our NIW Green Card Guide.
- Provides a path to permanent residency for those with an exceptional ability in the sciences, arts, or business.
- Labor Certification requirement can be waived if the foreign applicant’s employment is in the “national interest”
- After years of complaints, appeals, and inconsistencies, the Administrative Appeals Office has taken action to simplify the NIW analysis
- Not all jobs meet the ‘Substantial Merit & National Importance’ criteria
- Costs employer anywhere between $2,000 – $6,000 +
- Complex and time-consuming process
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