Success Stories: EB1A Approval for an Author in the field of Genre Writing in 14 weeks

Client's Testimonials: Ms. Chen and her team were beyond professional, thorough, knowledgeable, prompt and courteous. When we received an RFE they recommenced working on my case with the same determination and patience until we finally obtained the approval. I can’t thank [Chen Immigration] enough for making this arduous endeavor as easy as could be, for supporting me through it all, and I certainly wholeheartedly recommend them to anyone who is embarking on this very sensitive and life-changing Read more [...]

Success Story: EB1-A (Aliens of Extraordinary Ability) Approval for a Musician in Only 10 Days

On January 18th, 2013, we received another EB1-A (Aliens of Extraordinary Ability) Approval for a Musician in only 10 Days. (Approval Notice) General Field: Instrumental World Music Position at the Time of Case Filing: Guitarist/Musician National Origin: India Service Center: Nebraska (Premium Processing) Processing Time: 10 Days Case Summary: This specific case presented a unique challenge. A well-accomplished guitarist with objectively weak credentials wanted to file for Read more [...]

Success Story: EB1A (EB1-EA) Alien of Extraordinary Ability case approval for a Computer Graphics Artist in ONLY 10 days

Client’s testimonial: Great! Thanks so much for your efforts! I will certainly give you my best compliments. A friend of mine already asked about your contact info. Please go ahead and disclose my email for the potential client. On December 13th, 2012 we received another EB1A (EB1-EA) Alien of Extraordinary Ability case approval for a Computer Graphics Artist who had filed just 10 days prior on December 3rd, 2012. (Approval Notice) Field: Art Nationality: Taiwan Position at the Read more [...]

Case Study: AAO Sustained an EB1-A Appeal of a Petition for an Artist

by Victoria Chen, Esq., J.D. Background: The petitioner seeks classification as an employment-based immigrant pursuant to section 203(b)(1)(A) of the Immigration and Nationality Act (the Act), 8 U.S.C. s 1153(b)(1)(A), as an alien of extraordinary ability. The director determined that the petitioner had not established the sustained national or international acclaim required for classification as an alien of extraordinary ability as an artist. USCIS Decision: The director determined the petitioner Read more [...]