"Hi Jerry and Shen-Chih:

Thank you so much for this! Without you and your great team, I cannot go this far. 

Shen-Chih, can we schedule a quick talk on Monday? Thank you very much again!

Best regards,


Client is a PhD in Electrical Engineering and his H-1B was about to reach six years of limitation. We helped client to file an O-1 petition and followed up with a Premium Processing request after one month of  filing O-1. For some reason, USCIS returned the $1225 filing fee check but approved client’s O-1 petition immediately. After client got O-1 to work, client did not want to wait any longer and decided to file immigration petition this time. Client’s EB-1(b) has more chance than EB-1(a) but client decided to try both. Since client would like to give USCIS officer plenty of time to make decision, we did not file Premium Processing for client’s EB-1(b). After six months of waiting, client’s situation changed and was about to accept a new job offer. Right before we tried to make a service request for client’s pending EB-1, client’s EB-1(a) got approval first. That’s the best scenario for client’s new job opportunity because client may file I-485 now and get an EAD card to work for the new employer.



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