Even if you have compelling evidence that USCIS should grant you an EB2 national interest waiver green card, it might not mean much unless the immigration officer notices it. If they cannot find the documents that show that you meet the elements of Matter of Dhanasar, then it is possible, if not probable, that you will receive an RFE or NOID.
Therefore, it can be a wise move to organize your EB-2 NIW evidence for your case before mailing it to the USCIS service center. There is more than one method for doing so.
National Interest Waiver Exhibit List
One way to organize EB-2 NIW evidence prior to submission to USCIS is to make an exhibit list. The exhibit list can clearly show that a foreign national knows what an NIW is and the ways to meet the green card criteria.
The list might be divided into the following sections:
Then the EB-2 NIW beneficiary or their green card lawyer can list the items that are included below each of the above headings on the list.
Place the evidence behind each labeled page
After creating the EB2 NIW exhibit list, a foreign national can start putting the supporting evidence in order. They can place the items in each category behind labeled cover sheets with the labels in the categories from the exhibit list.