“Dear Jian,

Thanks very much for the note. I have to thank you again for your time and efforts to make my case successful. Absolutely, I will refer my friends and colleagues to you in the future. Let me know if you happen to be in XXXX area. We definitely need to have a dinner together.

All the best and keep in touch.


Attorney Jian Joe Zhou’s comments: NIW applicant from mainland China.  NIW filed in May 2012, RFE in Oct. 2012, and approved on Dec. 2012 after RFE.  Client’s spouse was born out of the mainland China and India and EB-2 visa number was available to the derivative (spouse) applicant’s country most of time.  Attorney filed I-485 concurrently in July 2012 with the pending NIW by applying the cross-chargeability rule that both the principal applicant and derivative applicant’s immigrant visa number could be charged under the derivative (spouse) applicant’s country of birth.   Both I-485 for principals and derivative were approved in February 2013.



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