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immigration seminar announcement from UCLA-CSSA

Dear members,


Please find an immigration seminar announcement organized by UCLA-CSSA below.


Best regards,






Dear CSSA members:

Below is the outline of immigration seminar which is

focused on the issue of green card application in

school. CSSA-UCLA is NOT responsible for the correctness

of the contents of the seminar. Please attend with your

own responsibility. Also CSSA has no affiliation with

this speaker and the law firm, nor does this seminar

imply any recommendation from the CSSA committee.


People without CSSA-UCLA or UCLA campus' permission

are NOT permitted to distribute any commercial,

political flyers or other materials in the seminar.


Thank you very much.


CSSA-UCLA Committee

December 03, 2004



Green Card Application WORKSHOP


Detailed Introduction and Discussion on Preparation of Documents and

Evidence for a Wining EB2: National Interest Waiver Application, EB1B

Outstanding Researcher/Professor Application, EB1A Alien of

Extraordinary Ability Application. In Chinese Language.


A Special Offer Will be Made to All Workshop Attendants!


Time: December 11, 2004 (Saturday), From 6:00 p.m. to 8:30 pm. FREE



Place: UCLA University Village Community Center

3200 Sawtelle Blvd.

Los Angeles, CA 90066 (Driving Instructions at the End of the



Sponsor Organizations: UCLA CSSA/Law Offices of Sun Associated with

Shaub & Williams


Main topics:



1: EB2: National Interest Waiver Application: Who are qualified to

apply? What documents and evidence do you need to submit to the Citizenship

and Immigration Service to win an approval.


(1) Who are qualified to apply? Will your application affect your F1

status? Can you change employer during the process of EB2 NIW



(2) CIS requirements for EB2 National Interest Waiver application?


(3) What documents and evidence may prove the ¡°practical significance

of your research and work¡± and ¡°direct link between your research and

work to the National Interests?


(4) What documents and evidence may prove the ¡°national scope and

impact of your research contributing to the national interests?


(5) What documents and evidence may prove that you ¡°will serve the

national interest to a substantially greater degree than would an

available U.S. worker having the same minimum qualifications.¡±


(6) What documents and evidence may prove that ¡°If a labor


were required for the alien, the national interest would be adversely

affected¡±, or, it would be contrary to the national interest to

potentially deprive the prospective employer of the services of the

aline by making available to US workers the position sought by the alien.


(7) What types and numbers of recommendation letters does CIS require

in an EB2 NIW application?


(8) What is an opinion letter from organizations? What organizations

does CIS want to obtain opinion letters from.


(9) How to obtain opinion letters from U.S. organizations;


2. EB1B Outstanding Researcher/Professor Application:


(1) What is the definition of tenure, tenure-track and permanent

full-time research job position required by EB1B application?


(2) What are the requirements to prove that your employer is a

¡°qualified petitioner¡±?


(3) What are the documents and evidence to prove that your employer

has the ability to pay wages?


(4) When can you change employer if you file an Eb1B application?


(5) What documents do you need to prepare for a winning EB1B



3. EB1A Alien of Extraordinary Ability Application:


(1) What are CIS updated policies to examine if you have sustained

national or international acclaim and if your achievements have been recognized

in the field of expertise?


(2) What documents and evidence does CIS require to prove your receipt

of lesser nationally or internationally recognized prizes or awards for

excellence in your field?


(3) How to document your membership in the field for which

classification is sought, which require outstanding achievements of their members, as judged by recognized national or international experts in their

disciplines or fields?


(4) What are CIS requirements to prove major media reports or

publications about your research achievement?


(5) What are evidence of the your participation, either individually

or on a panel, as a judge of the work of others in the same or an allied

field of specification for which classification is sought; How do you prove

your expert-reviewer experience for journals or conferences?


(6) what other documents and evidence you may submit to prove your



4. How to obtain our lawfirm¡¯s FREE Immigration Newsletter

regarding important issues in immigration laws.


5. Questions and Answers from the attendants.

Driving instruction from areas east of UCLA: Take freeway 10 West

(Santa Monica), exit at Overland Blvd. Stay in the center lane, go straight

onto National Blvd. After several blocks, you can see Sepulveda Blvd.,

then highway 405. Continue going west (50 meters) to the very next street,

you will see Sawtelle Blvd.,turn left on Sawtelle Blvd. (at this corner,

you can see gas station 76 and McDonald) Now you are on Sawtelle Blvd. At

the next cross-section, turn left. Here is 3200 Sawtelle Blvd.


Free street parking is available in the neighborhood. Please read the

street parking signs to make sure that you park lawfully and safely.

The sponsoring organizations are not responsible for any and all parking

related fines or problems.


Our lawfirm has been helping Chinese Students and Scholars in their

immigration matters for more than 10 years. We coordinate with CSSA

to host immigration seminars on the most important issues regarding

applying US permanent residence before leaving universities and the recent

adjudication trends at CIS. Any questions, please contact


Our address is: 12121 Wilshire Blvd., Ste. 600.

Los Angeles, CA 90025. Tel: (310) 481-6118, Fax: (310)481-6117