Request for Evidence

Posted on December 04, 2007 by Warren Wen | Category: Immigration

The Unwelcome Guest – Request for Evidence Recently, we have been experiencing a rapidly increasing number of immigration cases that have received the Request for Evidence (RFE) after receiving the Receipt Notice.  Nowadays, so many I-140 Petition cases have received the RFE that it has become common practice for us to expect an RFE before… Read More

EB-1 vs. EB-2

Posted on November 27, 2007 by Warren Wen | Category: Immigration

Q&A: EB-1 vs. EB-2 Mr. Yan asked: I have a Ph.D. in Computer Science.  I am currently working in a software company as a senior researcher.  I have published several papers and journals during my studies in the US.  Recently, one of my research results was published in a professional magazine.  I am interested in… Read More

Multiple L1 Visas

Posted on November 14, 2007 by Warren Wen | Category: Immigration

How Many L Visa Applications Can Be Filed for Newly Incorporated Company in the U.S.? Mr. Kim asked: I am a small business owner and the business I own is involved in exporting traditional Korean handicrafts like china, bamboo wares, etc.  Currently, I have established long term business relationships with some companies in the US,… Read More

L1 Visa Helpful Business Types

Posted on November 06, 2007 by Warren Wen | Category: Immigration

Most Helpful Business Types for L Visa Applications Mr. Yang asked: I am a businessman in Korea and I own two companies.  One is in the business of exporting textiles, and the other is involved with waste recycling.  Both of them are doing well in Korea.  Now, I want to immigrate to the US so… Read More

L1 Visa Financial Requirements

Posted on October 30, 2007 by Warren Wen | Category: Immigration

Financial Requirements for L-Visa Application Mr. Wu asked: I have a stone import and export business in Korea and my business runs well.  I have had business relationships with US businessmen for a long time.  I now want my child to get better education in the US, so I plan to immigrate to the US. … Read More

EB-1 Reference Letter

Posted on October 23, 2007 by Warren Wen | Category: Immigration

Q&A: How to Prepare Reference Letter Ms. Su asked: I got a doctorate degree in biology in the US.  While I was in the university, I took part in big projects and had a lot of professional articles published.  Now I am thinking about applying for a greencard through an EB-1-A.  Some of my friends… Read More

EB-1(b) for Company Researchers

Posted on October 16, 2007 by Warren Wen | Category: Immigration

Q&A: Can Researcher in Company Apply for EB-1(b)? Mr. Feng asked: I got a doctorate degree in Chemistry in the US last year, and I am now doing research at a famous pharmaceutical company.  My employer would like to sponsor my green card application, but I am not sure which kind of immigration category I… Read More

EB-1(c) for Multinational Executives

Posted on October 10, 2007 by Warren Wen | Category: Immigration

Q&A: How Does Multinational Executive Immigrate to the U.S.? Ms. Chen asked: Ms. Chen: I am a chief executive of the Korean branch of a US consulting company.  I’ve been working here for around 10 years.  At the present time, I am in the US for a business trip with a B1 visa.  I may… Read More

EB-1(b) for Professors & Researchers

Posted on October 02, 2007 by Warren Wen | Category: Immigration

Q&A: How Can Outstanding Professors and Researchers Immigrate to the US? Mr. Song asked: I am a professor at a university in South Korea and I am famous in my field.  I have published a lot of articles on journals in and outside of South Korea and I am the executive director for an association… Read More

EB-1(a) for Modern Artists

Posted on September 26, 2007 by Warren Wen | Category: Immigration

Q&A: Can Modern Painters Apply for EB-1(a)? Mr. Liu asked: I’m a modern painter and am well known in the field.  My works have been recommended for exhibition in other countries.  Currently, my works are selling quite well.  Many of them have been bought at high prices by foreign collectors.  In your previous article, you… Read More