"Dear Jian (Joe Zhou), 

Thank you very very much for all your helps and invaluable insights and great suggestions you have offered!  I greatly appreciate that!   And please pass my thanks to your  team and say hello for me for their tremendous hard work  they put in my case. 

Thank you all and have a great weekend going forward!

Best Regards,



Attorney Comments:  In general, I-140 PERM approvals are not something surprise as the attorney in PERM should have checked the needed documents for I-140 up front when started the PERM process.  However, poor designed PERM may resulting difficulties in I-140.  Attorney Joe took over this after-PERM I-140 case from the client’s previous PERM attorney and surprisingly found out the former attorney for PERM put down fancy special requirements in order to make a smoother recruitment.  But the former attorney’s design came with many subjective special requirements,  and it seems there is no way to prove.   Attorney Joe creatively advised the client to use a set of combination of experience letter from former employers (the position actually does not require experience), school academic papers, and petitioning employer’s interview records when the job was offered to prove the beneficiary meets the subjective requirements.  USCIS accepted the arguments and approved the case.


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