Dear Dr. Zhou,

All my family are so excited with the good news.  We really appreciate the help from you and your colleagues!     


Background: Client is in China and is a professor with a Chinese university.  Attorney Joe Jian Zhou evaluated the background and suggested EB-1A and NIW dual petitions as the client has awards from China and Joe was concerned that USCIS might not recognize the credit of the non-familiar awards from overseas; so, NIW was filed as a backup.  Chinese awards were presented with news reports, online information on selection processing, and supporting letters.  All documents were translated in full into English.  The client also has studied abroad briefly and has many publications in English.

Both NIW and EB-1A cases were approved the same day, without RFE, around 6 months after filing,.  Client’s whole family (spouse and a teenage child) is going through a consular processing to apply for immigrant visas at US consulate in Guangzhou and is expected to become US permanent residents (Green card holders) within 3-5 months. 

Physical location is not an issue in application for NIW and EB-1A.  Achievements (even from overseas) are the key to the success.


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