All cases including NIW cases are diligently handled by Attorney Z. Zac Liu. We strictly follow the deadlines set forth in our work procedures to process each individual case. For details about our work procedure for processing NIW cases at L&A, please click HERE for a Step by Step Procedure Flowchart.
In immigration petitions, just as in any areas of law, attorney’s experience and professional expertise can make a difference. NIW petition is a complicated legal process, our work includes, but is not limited to, (1) counseling client at every point of the process; (2) assisting client collecting useful information and supporting documents; (3) drafting, reviewing and editing recommendation letters, (4) organizing the documents provided by client; (5) preparing the immigration forms; (6) drafting the petition letter; (7) preparing and filing the petition package; (8) tracing the progress of USCIS adjudication; (9) answering RFE (request for evidence) if one was issued; (10) advising client of compliance with the immigration issues and options while his/her NIW case is pending; and (11) contacting USCIS if necessary.
The information provided in the initial evaluation may be different case by case because we do not use a broad brush template to answer every request. Each individual case is unique. But basically our evaluation includes the following information: (1) whether your credentials meet the minimum NIW requirements; (2) whether your case has a reasonable chance to be approved; (3) if, in our best judgment, you are not qualified for NIW, what other options you have to obtain to green card.
Now you know at least something about NIW from our website. If you are somehow wondering whether your credentials qualify you to file an NIW petition, or how good is your chance to get approved, email your resume or curriculum vitae to email@example.com. Attorney Liu will review your credentials and get back to you with a written evaluation within two work days. The evaluation is free and you are under no obligation to retain us after the evaluation.