A sudden, huge relief of my anxiety that had built up within the past month, particularly after the RFE, occurred magically when I was opening your e-mail this afternoon.
With the approval of my Eb-1A I-140, the numerous nerve-racking moments that I had experienced finally went away. Now, my happiness is beyond the reach of words and I am full of deep sense of gratitude to you.
Please accept my most genuine compliment to you and Susan for the tremendous efforts you have spent on my case, and the exemplary professionalism you have consistently demonstrated since our initial contact with my initial inquiry for a free evaluation.
I recall vividly several constructive e-mail discussions through which I have gradually gained confidence and finally reached the point to file concurrently both NIW and Eb-1A. Your suggestion that I would have a fairly good chance is proved a sound one. Given my relatively small number of publications and virtually no awards, I knew my chance for an Eb-1A petition would be slim without your guide and expertise. Had I failed with the Eb-1A petition (a chance always exists in reality!), I would have to wait a probably much longer time for the approval of my NIW, then the desperately long queue for I-485 filing. Although a failure with my Eb-1A petition may not be a total disaster, it would make me feel very difficult (I mean mentally) to face those who enthusiastically provided me reference letters, especially, to many of them who have no personal relationship with me but gave me the much-needed support.
Thank you again for the approval of my Eb-1A petition, which I consider as a triumph for our joint efforts. I appreciate the “Thank You Note” sample you sent me, which again demonstrated your professionalism, thoroughness, and considerateness. By the way, please be free to use this e-mail wherever appropriate, as I have no reservation to recommend your exceptional service to others.
Excerpt from an Eb-1A/NIW client's e-mail (05/15/2007)