An Interview With a Chinese Immigration Lawyer
- by Ayden
In the last few decades, China has become a world of diversity and opportunity. Once an enclosed society, China has opened up and adopted Western values. State policies have been reoriented toward international communication and trade. Since 1978, when China emerged as a world power, more foreigners have been drawn to this country. A Chinese immigration lawyer can provide information about the laws surrounding relocation in the country, as well as explain how the government works with these newcomers.
Zhang is a Chinese immigration lawyer
It is no surprise that Zhang is a Chinese immigration attorney. He had come to the United States in 1990 seeking asylum from political persecution, but returned to China just ten days later, citing his religious beliefs. Despite his recent return to the United States, Zhang remained active in pro-China democracy demonstrations. He has been involved in more than one case that ended in his client’s deportation.
During her career, Zhang has represented foreign nationals before immigration authorities from numerous countries. She has also assisted business entities from China in petitioning for work visas for their foreign employees. As an immigrant herself, Ms. Zhang is particularly passionate about helping other immigrants realize their American dreams. A native Mandarin speaker, Zhang has experience navigating complex immigration laws. She also has extensive experience representing international investors and entrepreneurs, as well as health care providers, immigrants, and treaty investors.
Ms. Zhang has extensive experience in employment- and investment-based immigration
Ms. Zhang specializes in employment and investment-based immigration. Her focus is on permanent residence for multinational executives, academics, and health care professionals. She also represents nonimmigrant visa applicants, including H-1B and L-1 visa holders, investors, treaty investors, and essential employees. She has extensive knowledge of EB-5 petitions and is fluent in Chinese.
Ms. Zhang has extensive litigation experience, representing both individuals and businesses from China in immigration cases. She co-founded a business immigration practice at another law firm in New York and is a member of the New York State Bar Association. She has dual legal qualifications and is fluent in Chinese and English. In addition to her U.S. law and Chinese law, Ms. Zhang has experience handling immigration cases for businesses based in the United States and China.
Ms. Zhang is a licensed attorney in California and New York
Ms. Zhang is a fluent Mandarin Chinese speaker. She is licensed to practice law in New York and California and has a diverse legal background. She has worked in international business and real estate transactions, corporate governance, and venture financing. She also speaks Mandarin Chinese and has strong ties with the Chinese business community. She is also a published author and has been quoted in the California Lawyer magazine.
Ms. Zhang’s practice focuses on employment-based immigration and has a diverse range of experience. She has represented corporate and individual clients in nonimmigrant visa petitions, appeals of denials of H-1B petitions, and employer-employee relationships. She also helps clients navigate the immigration process. Her clients often tell her that she pays close attention to detail and achieves successful results quickly.
Ms. Zhang has worked with South and Southeast Asian immigrants
Ms. Zhang’s career spans the fields of political science, sociology, and public policy. She has published on topics including electoral politics, identity, political parties, and public policy. She has conducted extensive fieldwork in Southeast Asia and has published several academic journal articles. She holds a BA in media studies from Emerson College. In addition to her work on immigration, Ms. Zhang has experience working with South and Southeast Asian immigrants.
Ms. Zhang is a member of the American Immigration Lawyers Association
She has extensive experience in the area of US immigration law. She represents both individuals and businesses. Before joining YZ Law Group, Ms. Zhang co-founded a business immigration practice at another New York firm. She is a member of the New York State Bar Association and a graduate of Columbia Law School. Her practice also includes representing Chinese nationals in immigration matters. She speaks Mandarin Chinese fluently.
Dr. Zhang has a strong scientific background and extensive research experience. She has published over ten research papers in internationally recognized journals and has received over 500 citations. In graduate school, she studied the pathogenesis of irritable bowel syndrome diseases. She published her findings in high-quality SCI journals and was awarded several academic awards from Tongji University. Ms. Zhang has significant experience handling immigration cases, including those that involve foreign investors, academics, and health care providers.
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In the last few decades, China has become a world of diversity and opportunity. Once an enclosed society, China has opened up and adopted Western values. State policies have been reoriented toward international communication and trade. Since 1978, when China emerged as a world power, more foreigners have been drawn to this country. A Chinese…
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