If these talented individuals choose to immigrate to other countries because they cannot successfully navigate the immigration system in the U.S., our national economy will undoubtedly suffer.
Bloomington, IL (PRWEB) November 21, 2011
In recognizing that brilliant minds from all over the world stimulate the United States economy, Thomas J. Arkell has launched a new web site focused on National Interest Waiver (NIW) petitions at nationalinterestwaivers.com. The aim of this site is to help facilitate the immigration of the brightest individuals from throughout the world to the United States.
Recently, the President of the United States and New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg have each voiced their opinions that the United States needs to attract and keep the world’s brightest people, in order to maintain a competitive advantage in the world. Utilizing his extensive experience as an immigration attorney and his expansive knowledge of the national interest waiver category, Arkell hopes to assist talented scientists, researchers, physicians and entrepreneurs immigrate to the U.S. to further their careers and to help stimulate the U.S. economy.
“It is no secret that individuals from other countries helped found companies such as Google [Sergey Brin], Yahoo [Jerry Yang] and Intel [Andrew Grove]. Brilliant individuals like these create businesses that employ thousands of people and inject billions of dollars into the U.S. economy,” commented Thomas J. Arkell, Attorney and Founder of this National Interest Waiver web site, “If these talented individuals choose to immigrate to other countries because they cannot successfully navigate the immigration system in the U.S., our national economy will undoubtedly suffer.”
Through this new national interest waiver web site, Arkell intends to share his experience as an immigration attorney, specifically with national interest waiver cases, in hopes of providing information and assistance that helps highly-qualified individuals obtain their green cards in an efficient and expeditious manner. By utilizing the national interest waiver category, these talented individuals can obtain a green card without the requirement of employer sponsorship and will usually get their green cards within one year of starting the application process.
About Thomas J. Arkell
Attorney Thomas J. Arkell is a partner in the law firm of Dunn, Willard, Arkell, Bugg, Patterson & Herr, LLP in Bloomington, Illinois. Founded in 1915, Dunn Law Firm is a well-respected firm with a long history of representing talented professionals. Through the use of technology, the firm represents clients from all over the world. Educated at the University of Notre Dame and licensed to practice law for over a decade, Mr. Arkell has extensive expertise in filing National Interest Waiver (NIW) immigrant visa petitions for college and university faculty, researchers and other scientists in a wide variety of professional disciplines. For more information, visit http://www.nationalinterestwaivers.com/html/attorney_profiles.html