Guaranteed Publicity for EB-1A, O-1, Green Card & Global Talent Visas
A number of visas world-wide require published material in professional or major trade publications, or in other major media, relating to your work showcasing your “extraordinary ability”. Evidence of this criterion should include the title, date, and author of the piece, in addition to any necessary translations.
Publicity on global news to establish notability
We specialize in the field of establishing notability for visas that require applicants to prove special ability or notability.
These are the main requirements for visas requiring proof of notability
The EB-1A, O-1 and Global Talent Visas are reserved for individuals who have attained extraordinary achievement in the fields of business, education, science, art, and athletics.
Qualified applicants are at the very top of their field and are widely known within the industry. The work being done must also be in a position to have a positive impact on the U.S, UK, Canada or Australia
An “extraordinary” individual is one who has risen to the small top percentage of people in their field. The contributions must be original as well as of a scholarly, artistic, business-related, or scientific nature.
They need to do more than prove that you were successful, they need to prove that you are in the top percentile in your field. Because this is a very broad category, work with your immigration attorney to determine what qualifies you.
Notability (ie publicity!)
This is the tough bit that most struggle with (although this is the crux of our service). Being notable means your account name represents a “well-known, highly searched for” person.
We write stories and have your lawyer sign them off to ensure they satisfy the high bar of the EB1A, O-1, Green Card or Global Talent visa. If you are simply an unnamed member of a team whose work was mentioned in a publication, it will not be highly considered.
Money Back Guarantee
If we fail to deliver coverage or publication of your news story or news stories as promised, we’ll refund you as set out in our terms and conditions.
Publicity to Assist With Your EB-1A, 0-1, Green Card & Global Talent Visas
We write and publish news stories about you to establish notability. We have many options to suit all budgets.
- International Business Times
- Tech Bullion
- Economic Times
- Global Banking & Finance Review
Notability Requirements = Satisfied
We write news stories showcasing your extraordinary ability in business, science, arts education or athletics. We discuss your sustained national or international acclaim in your field. An applicant wishing to qualify for these global talent visas (EB-1A, O-1 or Global Talent) must be: Able to provide evidence of extraordinary ability in the sciences, arts, education, business, or athletics. Reputable in your field and have documented confirmation of the applicant’s achievements.
3 New Stories Acceptable for Visa Applications
5 New Stories Acceptable for Visa Applications
Published Material In Major Media
For the EB-1A visa in the United States, which is for individuals with extraordinary abilities, publicity requirements can be met through a combination of criteria such as published material about the applicant in professional or major trade publications or other major media. It is crucial to provide extensive documentation to support eligibility, which will include media coverage that Baden Bower can help you procure.
Frequently Asked Questions
You can try and try again. We can continue to publish news stories until you succeed.
Unless it is expressly outlined in your denial or rejection letter, there is nothing preventing you from re-filing your petition. This is a simple solution that is most effective when the rejection was due to a simple information or payment error.
Unfortunately, you will still need to go through the processing time and pay the filing fees again.
However, if your petition was denied on account of your criminal record or your qualifications, simply refiling will most likely only end in being denied again. You and your attorney would need to present new evidence showing that your circumstances have changed in order to have a chance at approval.
Entrepreneur.com is via its Georgian subsidiary, written by a contributor and posted on Entrepreneur.com.
International Business Times is published on their Singapore or Indian website, and can be authored by a journalist or news desk.
Mashable is published on their Netherlands website by their editorial team.
Khaleej Times is published by an author.
Latin Post is published by an author.
Jerusalem Post is published by an author.
Elle is published by an author on one of their European websites.
Business Insider is published through African subsidiary, and can be authored by a journalist or news desk.
The Guardian is published through it’s African subsidiary, and can be authored by a journalist or their news desk.
We have a team of highly credentialed and experienced writers and editors, however sometimes aligning expectations between our team and your brand causes friction. We send a questionnaire after payment is received to give us some background about what you want us to write, how you want it written and we will try our best in every case.
Our clients usually pick an attention grabbing topic about their business. If you’re not sure, you can always reach out to us for help. We have a great team that have experience in getting more eyeballs onto articles.
This happens from time to time, and the solution is always to simply let us know the changes you want to the news story by communicating them directly to us. We will always share the news stories with you in an editable format. You are free to change the article, make edits or change links as you like.
Our writing service is limited to one draft and one round of edits for each news story. If you want us to start again, fees apply. Please note that if you rewrite the article, or insert changes directly into the article, you will not be charged anything further.
No. Each article appears on 50-60 websites, so usually only 1 news story will rank in Google News (the most common is Digital Journal, although others rank in Google News as well, but it depends on the way Google search works in your jurisdiction). There are strategies to help get multiple links to rank in Google, but you will need to integrate the links and logos into your website in a search engine friendly manner. We can advise on this after you receive our press publication report.
– The headline must include the company’s name or the name of the spokesperson / author.
– The headline can’t contain personal pronouns (I, Me, My, We, Us, Our, You, Your, Them, Their, etc.).
– The headline can’t contain an exclamation point.- The headline should be a minimum 6-8 words (excluding prepositions and articles)
– The headline can’t contain quotes.
– The headline should not sound like the headline of an advert. Discounts/pricing details and product specifications can be added in the Sub headline or article’s body.
2) The article can’t be written in the first or second person voice. First person (I, Me, My, We, Us, Our, etc.) and second person (You, Your, etc.) voices are not considered newsworthy, except in quotations.
3) The articles cannot mention BadenBower in the headline or body copy or denigrate our reputation or good-standing.
Its quick. If you give us your article, it is usually 2-5 business days. If we write the article, it can be 2-10 business days.
You will have a report that contains the logo of each website (ie Apple News, Marketwatch, Fox etc) along with the relevant link, but please note our service is paid promotion and the websites usually prevent users from searching for the articles themselves without having a direct link to the article. What most customers do is link the logos and articles from their homepage, landing pages, contact page and social media to increase trust and credibility and this is what we recommend you do too.
By credit card, wire transfer or EFT. News stories are charged monthly, although you can cancel anytime before the next billing period. There are no lock-in contracts.
Articles usually stay up for months or years, but in some cases publishers decide to remove them after publication. Provided we succeed in publishing your news story, there will be no refund if the story is removed
Refunds are only considered if we are unable to fulfill our contractual obligation to publish your news story or stories.
If, after making a good faith effort to work with you to produce an article, you have not provided sign-off or failed to provide any necessary edits within 7 days of a draft article being submitted to you, then no refund will be issued.
In the event that we engage with you in good faith, and you withhold information about your business or person which leads to a publication not publishing due to an active criminal or civil case which was not known to us at the time of engagement, we will make reasonable efforts to publish your story on alternate news sites that are more tolerant of companies and individuals before the courts. In such a case, you are not entitled to a refund, but we will use our best efforts to publish the number of news stories purchased on alternate news sites. We will not refund if you ask us to defame a person or company after making payment.
Monthly subscriptions are non-refundable unless cancelled prior to the next billing date and must be cancelled prior to your next billing date in order to avoid being charged. If a cancellation is not received before the next billing date, no refund will be issued. If the subscription is cancelled, no refunds will be issued for any partial membership periods or unused article credits but we will honour all the deliverables based on whatever option you purchase.
Refunds will not be provided for accidental purchases, medical conditions which prevent you from engaging with us or publishing articles after payment, or any similar reason or event.