Liu & Associates
To Our Clients and Friends
"I started my life with a single absolute: that the world was mine to shape in the image of my highest values and never to be given up to a lesser standard, no matter how long or how hard the struggle." – Ayn Rand
As the holiday season approaches, our firm wishes to extend our deepest appreciation to you for not only choosing our services but for contributing so greatly to your fields as well, despite the struggles you have faced both in your professional endeavors and your legal experiences with the USCIS. With every case we take, we are surprised and delighted by the efforts you have made to improve the state of the world—be it through medicine, computer science, renewable energy, or other valuable pursuits—by committing to your highest values and never giving up in the face of adversity. You have been shaping and are continuing to shape this world, and we feel privileged to address the legal obstacles that have stood in your way.
Because of clients like you, our attorneys are continually inspired to improve their expertise in immigration law. We believe that, to serve the best, we must be the best. Our attorneys regularly participate in teleconferences with the USCIS to stay at the forefront of immigration policies and remain active in professional legal committees as well. Due to their standing in the professional and legal communities, they have been asked to contribute to various legal texts related to immigration law and to serve on the boards of various non-profit organizations that provide services to students, young professionals, and the local community.
As a result of your support and our dedication, our firm had about 420 Eb-1A, Eb-1B and NIW I-140 immigrant cases approved in USCIS Fiscal Year 2012, and our overall approval rate is approximately 96%. Specifically, our approval rate is 90% for Eb-1A petitions, 97% for Eb-1B petitions, and 99% for NIW petitions. We are also honored to share our firm's victory of a pro bono asylum case for an unjustly persecuted human rights activist. Undoubtedly, our clients are among the most extraordinary immigrants as scholars, researchers, scientists, activists, and professionals who deserve the chance to follow their respective callings in the United States. Together with your contributions, we are seeking to make the United States the country of liberty and equal opportunity for all it was born to be, be it through our legal work and our public service.
Looking forward to 2013, we hope that the New Year will bring continued joy, health, and prosperity to you and your family. Happy Holidays!
Liu & Associates, PLLC