Our Process

We will prepare an attorney cover letter along with all forms and supporting documents for the EB-1C petition, including:

  • Personal representation and maintenance of petition until decision is made by USCIS
  • Expert Opinion Letter
  • Sample Statement for authorized official of organization
  • Crafting Business Plan if New Office
  • Construct organizational chart

STEP ONE: Initial Meeting & Fact Gathering

Upon employer’s request to initiate an EB-1C petition, Tsang and Associates will first discuss the options and whether the EB-1C is the best option for them.

  • Have you worked in a managerial or executive position for one out the past three years?
  • Has the U.S. Company been doing business for at least one year?
  • Is there a qualifying relationship between the Foreign and the U.S. entity?
  • Will your position be managerial or executive in nature?

If it is, we will send out fact gathering information to the employer and EB-1C candidate. Once the documents are submitted, Tsang and Associates will assess the information and supporting documentation and apprise the employer of any issues or concerns.

STEP TWO: Build Case

We will collect four aspects of supporting documents:

  • Documentation about the U.S. company (petitioner)
  • Documentation about the foreign affiliated/related company
  • Documentation establishing a qualifying company relationship (affiliates, parent-subsidiary, branch, or equity joint-venture)
  • Documentation about the beneficiary’s managerial/executive experience

Our attorneys will help draft business plans, sample letters, personal resumes, or whatever documents need to be added to strengthen the application.


After client has reviewed the petition letter and exhibit index, we complete all necessary forms and file the application.  Generally, the government processing time for the EB-1 visa is about 8 months. Once the EB-1 has been approved, the government takes about 6 more months to issue permanent residence.  


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. 

Supporting Documents of Beneficiary

  1. Supporting letter from employer
  2. Personal resume
  3. Board resolution and appointment documents
  4. Payroll records
  5. Copies of Beneficiary's Credential of the position
  6. Copy of diploma
  7. Working Program and Annual working Report in the latest years
  8. Copies of Employment Certificate
  9. Evidence of past working background and experience
  10. Evidence of one-year employment
  11. Evidence of managerial capacity

Supporting Documents about the Overseas Company

  1. Business Registration certificate
  2. Photos of the business place reflecting inside and outside structure
  3. Articles of corporation
  4. Minutes of Board Directors meeting
  5. Stock certificate
  6. Organization chart
  7. Customer/client list
  8. Employee record including the staff listing, their respective position as well as job duty
  9. Annual financial statements of the last three years
  10. Bank statement of the company's assets
  11. Business plan
  12. Evidence of business transactions
  13. Complete list of subordinate operations with their name and address

Supporting Documents about the U.S. Company

  1. Supporting letter
  2. Business Registration Certificate
  3. Photos of business place
  4. Company profile
  5. Federal Tax I.D. Number
  6. Minutes of Board Directors Meeting
  7. Stock Certificate
  8. Article of corporation
  9. Current Organization Chart
  10. Customer/client list
  11. Brochures of company's products
  12. Customer/client list
  13. Lease of business location
  14. Evidence of capital sources
  15. Board resolution to set up America affiliates and subsidiaries, explaining the purpose, type and goal of setting up a new company
  16. Payroll record and notes of the payment of the employees
  17. Documents to prove U.S. Company has been in existence for one year


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.