Mr. Jun Wang received his Juris Doctor (J.D.) degree in 1993 from Brooklyn Law School in New York City and holds a Master's degree in English Literature from Beijing Foreign Studies University. Prior to launching his legal career, Mr. Wang had pursued a literary career as a scholar and a teacher of English and English literature at Beijing Foreign Studies University. He then pursued his doctoral studies in English Literature at University of Denver and University of Connecticut where he also taught English writing. He is the author of literary book reviews and published Chinese translations of poetry and fiction by English, American and Australian writers. With his career background in English literature, Mr. Wang has a keen sense of the power of the written word in his legal practice. Presentation of a client's application or petition in clear, concise and persuasive legal writing is one essential element of his practice that has distinguished his legal representation.
Mr. Wang started his career in the field of U.S. immigration and nationality laws even before he completed his law school education. Upon receiving his J.D. degree, he started his immigration law practice by building up an immigration law department within a general practice law firm in New York City. Shortly after that, he started his own immigration law practice under the name of Law Offices of Jun Wang. He has been a member of the American Immigration Lawyers Association since 1994 and practices immigration and nationality laws in all fifty states of the United States.
Mr. Wang first distinguished himself as an immigration attorney with his representation of the much publicized immigrant visa petitions for classification as Alien of Extraordinary Ability by Chinese folk artists who came to the United States in the infamous ship Golden Venture in the mid and late 1990's. With the approval of these visa petitions by the US Citizenship and Immigration Services, Mr. Wang was interviewed by The New York Times, The Christian Science Monitor, WNBC (New York), CBS, Life Magazine, and all major Chinese language newspapers in the east coast of the United States.
What distinguishes Mr. Wang's immigration practice from the majority of immigration attorneys is the perspective gained from his personal experience as the beneficiary of the US immigration system and process. Mr. Wang personally went through the confusion, frustration, and pains of the seemingly impossible and never-ending immigration process in the United States. This personal process started before he started attending law school and continued throughout his law school years and through representation by different immigration attorneys, as well as through the appeal process. His personal experience as the beneficiary of the U.S. immigration system and process, first as a passive observer and then as an active participant working on some highly complicated legal issues, painful as it is, turned out to be a deciding factor in his choice of immigration law practice as a life-time career. This personal experience has added an invaluable dimension to his practice -- a sensitiveness to the emotional needs of individual clients, an understanding of the importance of timely and unobstructed attorney-client communication, and, in the context of any given employer sponsored immigration process, an enhanced awareness of an attorney's responsibility to reconcile the very often seemingly conflicting needs of the individual client with those of the employer.
Michelle Xue Luan is admitted to practice in the State of New York and she is also a licensed attorney in the People’s Republic of China. Before she came to the United States, Michelle worked for years as an Associate Attorney in a Shanghai-based law firm, where she advised on investment companies and real estate management companies. She received her LLM degree from New York University School of Law and is a member of the American Immigration Lawyers Association. Over the past years, Michelle has worked on immigration related cases with several New York based law firms. She has worked with US businesses in diverse business sectors, including manufacturing, education, hospitality, real estate, law, high-tech and finance, helping them in nonimmigrant and immigrant visa petitions for their key employees. She has extensive experience working on employment-based cases, such as H, L, O, P and R nonimmigrant visas as well as PERM based process and immigrant visa petitions for alien of extraordinary ability, outstanding researchers and professors, and multinational executives and managers.
Ms. Li Han is licensed as an attorney in the State of New York. She received her LL.M degree from the Washington and Lee University School of Law and a Bachelor of Laws degree from China’s University of Political Science and Law. In addition to her solid academic training as a legal practitioner, Ms. Han has accumulated extensive experience in the field of legal practice both in China and the United States. She worked as an Assistant Judge at the People’s Court of Chong Wen District in Beijing, China for about six years before moving to the United States. Subsequent to her earning her LL.M degree in the United States, Ms. Han worked for a number of other law firms in New York which has given her practical experience in all areas of immigration and nationality laws. With her prior experience as a judge in China, Ms. Han has a unique edge in her practice, especially in representing Chinese businesses and entrepreneurs, as well as in cases involving US-China cross-border legal issues. Ms. Han works out of the firm’s associated office based in Flushing of New York.
Alicia Xuanyou Chen holds two Master of Laws degrees respectively from Emory University School of Law and China University of Political Science and Law. Ms. Chen has advanced legal research skills and possesses superior writing skills in both Chinese and English. She has acquired valuable experience by working as a legal supervisor at Pactera Technology International Ltd., one of the largest IT outsourcing enterprises in China. Her main responsibilities included but not limited to drafting master transaction agreements and conducting legal research for the European and American business groups. With her unique background in legal education and work experience, Alicia has brought a unique perspective to the firm’s immigration law practice, serving the firm’s corporate and individual clients from China and those doing business in China. She is responsible for assisting attorneys in the preparation of various applications/petitions in the firm’s immigration and nationality law practice.
Ms. Wenjie Sun focuses her practice on business immigration. She has successfully represented reputable artists, musicians, businessmen and lawyers with their EB-1A (Alien of Extraordinary Ability) petitions and helped numerous research scientists with their EB-1B (Outstanding Researchers) and NIW petitions. She also works with multinational companies in connection with the H-1B, L-1A, L-1B and PERM based EB-2 and EB-3 petitions on behalf of their employees. In the area of EB-5, Ms. Sun has conducted due diligence on the Regional Centers, worked with security attorneys on the offering documents and prepared required documents for I-526 and I-829 filings. Ms. Sun was selected to rising stars in New York metropolitan area in 2016, 2017 and 2018 consecutively by Super Lawyers Magazine.
Mr. John Assadi is a seasoned immigration law practitioner, specializing in the representation of foreign employees of multi-national corporations, international entertainers, scientists, and professional athletes. His clients include major nonprofit organizations, national sports leagues, major orchestras, larger companies and startups. Mr. Assadi received international media attention for his work as a co-counsel with Mr. Jun Wang on behalf of several Chinese artists who were aboard the Golden Venture ship. He was the former Vice-Chairman of the American Bar Association Immigration & Nationality Law Subcommittee and is admitted to the Connecticut Bar and Federal District Court. Mr. Assadi received his A.B. from The University of Chicago in 1983 and his J.D. from the Benjamin Cardozo School of Law in 1987.