Mr.  Zhou,

Thanks again for all your help and hard work for our case.  Absolutely, I will share this great new with xxx. It is a great that my EB-1A is approved and now I can continue to work for Stafford without getting J visa.  Your design of from OPT to EB-1A without going through H-1B just worked.  By the way, I have received EAD card from my I-485 in May and I now can continue to work.  I expect the I-485 to be approved soon.  Again, thank you for your master planning and detailed work all the way through.



Client graduated with Ph.D. in July 2010, and received OPT and a job offer from Stanford university.  Stanford does not sponsor H-1b and asked the client to change to J.  Attorney Joe Jian Zhou analyzed the case and advised the client that J status would cause trouble of 2-year rule waiver issue and client could file EB-1A and I-485 to get EAD to continue to work.  EB-1A filed in Dec. 2010, and approved July 2011.  I-485 filed in March and EAD received in May 2011”


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