Our process

First, we will look over your resume during the initial consultation to see if the EB-1A is suitable for you. After providing as many documents as you can, our team will work with you to craft several creative angles using our extensive knowledge of EB-1A cases for the most successful result.  

We will help you generate the evidence you need to prove your extraordinary ability. This includes consulting with experts in your field to create expert opinion and recommendation letters, as well as advising you on how to best present evidence to make your case.  Due to the many parties that will be involved in your case, we will be in constant communication through the process.  A persuasive attorney brief will be drafted, along with organization of the evidence in order to create the best EB-1A package for you.

Ultimately, Tsang & Associates can advise you in approaching the EB-1A after the 2010 denial of the Kazarian case, a petition filed under the classification of EB-1A. As a result of that case, the Administrative Appeals Office (AAO) determined that the Kazarian case set forth a two part approach: Counting the Types of Evidence Provided, and Final Merits Determination. Our team is well versed in the implications of this important case, and will help you prove both parts.

A few Research Points

We have found that if the field is narrowly defined, it is more likely to argue that you have risen to the top of the field. By generating several options, we allow for flexibility and can help you pinpoint the best field of endeavor in which you have "risen to the very top."

We have found that how USCIS have treated other individuals in the same field with comparable qualifications is highly relevant to an extraordinary ability case.


In order to provide you with the best and most accurate consultation, we recommend that you bring as many of the following information/documents as you can to ensure a productive meeting.

  1. Beneficiary's resume and/or C.V.
  2. Letters from prospective employers
  3. Statement from the applicant detailing his/her future work plans
  4. Evidence of future work commitments
  5. Evidence the beneficiary is qualified for EB-1A (including awards, salary, display of work, published material in their field, and any other documents that show the beneficiary's success)
  6. Documents from U.S. employer (such as EIN, business registration, minutes, articles of corporation, brochures, corporate tax returns, evidence of transactions)


Legal Fee $10,000 +

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*Legal Fees vary based on complexity of each case, and the above quoted price represents the amount we charge for a typical case.