Financial Analyst Approved For EB-1A in 7 Days

Financial Analyst Approved For EB-1A in 7 Days

Applicant. PhD in Economics Mr. Wang
Professional talents. Financial Analysis
Highest education: PhD
Petition Category: EB-1A Distinguished
Processing time. 7 days, no addendum (RFE)

Mr. Wang graduated from a well-known university in China and has been working in the field of financial analysis. Mr. Wang intended to apply for EB-2NIW national interest waiver and found Tsang & Associates Law Firm online and engaged Tsang & Associates Law Firm to handle his case in early 2017. In the process of sorting out Mr. Wang’s conditions and information, Mr. Zang found that Mr. Wang was in fact very good and met the basic requirements of the USCIS for EB-1A outstanding immigrant “three out of ten”, compared to the EB-2NIW national interest waiver criteria which has uncertainty and longer processing time and immigration queue. Mr. Wang was advised to apply for the EB-1A immigrant first. After careful consideration, Mr. Wang accepted the advice and the Zangdikai team started to prepare Mr. Wang’s EB-1A Petition for Distinguished Immigrant based on the original NIW in May 2017, and submitted over 700 pages of supporting documents to the USCIS in early September.

– Mr. Wang has extensive work experience, having previously worked for a well-known company and contributed significantly to the creation of an internal financial system for his former employer, which created a great deal of value for the industry. However, the financial system was used to a limited extent, and the copyrights and awards received belong to the unit, making it more difficult to prove the key role Mr. Wang played on the system.
– After Mr. Wang left his job, he was in the stage of starting his own business, and the company he worked for was not as well-known or in a better position than his previous organization, so it was difficult to prove that the company and the position he worked for met the requirements of holding a prominent position in a well-known organization in the industry as required by the USCIS.
– Although Mr. Wang enjoys a high income, his annual income level is unstable, especially after leaving his job and then starting his own business or even having a decreasing income, which makes it difficult to prove that he enjoys a significantly higher remuneration in the generally high paying financial industry than in the industry.
– Mr. Wang has membership in a number of trade associations, but the bylaws of these associations do not yet indicate a high enough standard of admission to prove that Mr. Wang joined these associations because of his outstanding achievements in his field.
– Mr. Wang has been invited to participate in several expert review meetings, however, the available information is difficult to prove that the review meetings he participated in were representative of the financial industry.
– Although Mr. Wang’s story was reported by several media outlets, most of these media reports were reprinted, and the reprinted articles all pointed to the same story.
– Mr. Wang has published monographs and articles in both the fields of financial industry system creation and financial big data analysis, but he has been uncertain about which industry he will work in after coming to the US.

Zandikai & Associates handled the EB-1A petition not only by letting the applicant meet only the three criteria of “three out of ten”, but also by inspiring the applicant to discover as many shining points as possible, most of which were achieved after 6~7 items before sending the petition, and some even reached as many as 8 items. Mr. Wang adds outstanding contribution, leadership/key position, high salary, etc. to the initial criteria of publication, review, and association membership.

2. After proving that the applicant met the “three out of ten” requirements, we worked hard to prepare a plan for the applicant to come to the U.S. The applicant was able to prove that he or she intended to continue working in your field of study and would bring substantial benefits to the U.S. After communicating with Mr. Wang several times, we selected the financial analysis industry.

3. Letters of recommendation. Mr. Wang has a wide range of contacts and partners in the U.S., so he was able to provide very smoothly more than 10 quality letters of recommendation.

4. Proof and reinforcement of the “three out of ten” criteria:

1. Publications (scholarship). Mr. Wang has books and several articles published. The citations of books and articles from the perspective of the published journals and publishers prove Mr. Wang’s professionalism in the industry.
2. Professional Association Membership (Membership). Mr. Wang is a member of several professional associations, but the criteria for admission to these professional associations are vague, so we cited other prominent members of the industry association and submitted official letters of recommendation from the association to prove that Mr. Wang was admitted by virtue of his outstanding performance and outstanding achievements in the industry.
3. Judging (Judge). Mr. Wang has been invited to participate in several expert review meetings. For these review meetings, we submitted the scope of review, qualifications of other review experts, and letters of recommendation from the review committee to prove the importance of the award in the industry and the authority of Mr. Wang.
4. Contributions of Major Significance (CMA). Mr. Wang designed an internal financial system that significantly shortened the financial payment cycle and created significant value for his previous employer. We provided Mr. Wang with proof of internal recognition from his former employer, proof that his former employer was a Fortune 500 company with industry representation, and submitted letters of recommendation from his former employer and clients to prove Mr. Wang’s outstanding contributions at his former organization.
5. Leadership in a well-known institution (Leadership). In order to prove that Mr. Wang is a leader of a well-known institution in the industry, we produced Mr. Wang’s employment history and the background of the company he worked for, which proved that Mr. Wang was the general manager of the financial investment area of each company, although he was not the CEO.
6. Industry High Salary (HSS). In response to Mr. Wang’s income, we submitted materials to demonstrate that Mr. Wang’s declining annual income was due to a change in employer and submitted the average salary level of each employer to show that Mr. Wang’s salary was significantly higher than the compensation of others in the industry.

5. Trust and Cooperation The interaction between Mr. Wang and Zang Dikai’s lawyer team is very good, both sides fully communicate and cooperate, and have regular teleconferences. Zang Dikai’s lawyer team includes a number of members including the host lawyer, co-host lawyer, copywriter, translator, etc. The client can find us at any time when he needs to correct the application direction and material issues in time.

After six months of thorough preparation by the Zondikay team, Mr. Wang’s EB-1A petition for distinguished immigrant status was promptly approved by USCIS within seven days of filing, with no request for additional documents.

The client was very surprised and happy to learn that he sincerely thanked Mr. Zang and his team for their keen insight and hard work on his application, which made it possible for him to avoid the long wait for EB-2 NIW and to fulfill his American dream in a short period of time, and soon he will be able to bring his family to the United States to develop his new career.

Lawyer Joseph Tsang commented:
The EB-1A immigration application for outstanding talents has its own exclusive nature. It does not need to have an employer in the United States, and you can file the application yourself. There is currently no immigration waiting list, and applicants do not need to queue up, and the whole processing cycle is short.

USCIS typically uses a 2-step analysis when assessing whether an applicant has outstanding ability. 2-step analysis :

1) Whether the basic “three out of ten” or one-time international awards are met:

The “three out of ten” criteria include
1. having received a national or international award.
2. Membership of professional associations;
3. Professional publications or mainstream media have reported on the foreigner and his related work;
4. Review the work of others in the industry;
5. Have made significant contributions in the industry;
6. The work is published in domestic and foreign journals;
7. Main works exhibited in art exhibitions;
8. Serving as a leader or important position in a well-known institution/group;
9. Enjoy high salary;
10. Achieve commercial success in the performing arts.

2) Comprehensive evaluation:
– Does the applicant belong to a small group of top talent in theindustry sector;
• Excellence is sustainable ;

3) In addition, applicants also need to demonstrate:
• After coming to the United States, intend to continue to work in your professional field and will bring substantial benefits to the United States .

If you pass the self-assessment, you are welcome to contact Tsang & Associates, PLC.

*To protect privacy, the names of the parties involved in the case are pseudonym.

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