We won a case for an applicant who primarily served as a function manager, but also managed a few professionals. We provided extensive details regarding the job duties of the beneficiary for both the foreign entity position as well as the proposed US position. We outlined the proposed duties in detail and assigned a percentage to each task indicating how much time was allotted to complete the task. We also provided the names, titles and job duty descriptions of staff members that would relieve the beneficiary of non-managerial tasks. The beneficiary was an integral part of the U.S. operations and worked closely with the Petitioner’s CIO and CEO. We were able to show that the applicant had discretionary managerial decision making authority that significantly impacted the U.S. operations.