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Robert M.

EB-2 National Interest Waiver

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I have a family friend that lives in the Philippines and I’m trying to help him come to the US through an EB-2 visa with a national Interest Waiver. He has a Bachelors in Marine Transportation but he is working on getting his Masters in Maritime Management and pursue a Ph.D in that field with the hopes of eventually getting the visa with the waiver. He wants to join the US army as well. He’s a cadet on a Cargo ship and has already completed his 2nd year working in his field as well. Does he have a good chance of getting the visa is he pursues the Ph.D and get more work experience and gets licenses that help him move up in rank? I’m just giving as much possible information that i have at the moment to see what possibilities are out there as far as visa options and what we can do to get the NIW.

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