EB-1A Visa Approved for Internationally Recognized Fashion Designer
Case Type: EB-1A for an Extraordinary Abilities in the Arts
Industry: Graphic and Fashion Design
Field: Print and Textiles
Country of Origin: the United Kingdom
Approval Notice Date: September 2018
Processing Time: 48 days
In this case, Meyer Law Group was hired to file an EB-1A petition for an expert in Fashion Design and Graphic Design. The client was acknowledged as one of the most significant contributors to American and international retailers and was described as having an ability to forecast fashion trends that set her “in a category all her own, from even other top fashion designers.” Her talent in fashion design is so extraordinary that her collection was displayed at London’s Fashion Week. The client held critical roles at four major retailers with distinguished reputations in the United States.
The client received numerous outstanding letters of recommendation from individuals affiliated with major fashion brands and prestigious institutions including Marks & Spencer, GAP, Abercrombie & Fitch, University of East London, and Southampton Solent University. One of the letters of recommendation noted that “In the three years that [the client] was at LC Waikiki (the largest domestic retailer in Turkey), the business grew rapidly from a $1 billion to a $2 billion turnover company… her prints were consistent best sellers that were on trend and commercial. She was an invaluable team member and instrument to our success.”
Meyer Law Group noted that the client met at six of the ten requirements listed by USCIS for EB-1A visa qualification. We also highlighted that the clients unique combination of artistic vision and business intuition make her remarkably qualified to positively influence American retail fashion and design companies. As a result of MLG’s expertise, the client’s petition was approved in less than 1.5 months.
MLG wishes our client the best of luck in her bright future in the United States and thanks her for trusting our firm to handle her immigration matters.