The firm is dedicated to serving individuals as well as businesses of various sizes, with a wide range of immigration issues. 

The Immigration department, headed by Ms. Celina Cho who possesses in-depth knowledge and extensive experience in immigration law and business, handles all types of immigration matters for clients located throughout the United States and overseas.

Permanent Residence ("Green Card")


  • First Preference (EB-1)
    • Individuals with extraordinary ability
    • Multinational executives/managers
    • Outstanding professors/researchers
  • Second Preference (EB-2)
    • Advanced- degree holders
    • Individuals with exceptional ability
    • National Interest Waiver (“NIW”)
  • Third Preference (EB-3)
    • Professionals
    • Skilled workers
    • Unskilled workers
  • Fourth Preference (EB-4)
    • Religious workers
    • Special immigrant juveniles
    • Broadcasters
    • G-4 International organization or NATO-6 employees and their family members
  • Fifth Preference (EB-5)
    • Immigrant investors


  • First Preference (F1)
    • U.S. citizens' unmarried children (21 years of age and older)
  • Second Preferences
    • F2A: Green card holders' spouses and children (unmarried and under 21 years of age)
    • F2B: Green card holders' unmarried children (21 years of age and older)
  • Third Preference (F3)
    • U.S. citizens' married children
  • Fourth Preference (F4)
    • U.S. citizens' siblings (petitioning U.S. citizens must be 21 years of age and older)

Non-Immigrant Visa:

  • B-1/B-2 (Visitors)
  • E-1/E-2 (Treaty Traders/Investors)
  • F-1 (Students)
  • H-1B (Specialty Occupations and Fashion Models)
  • H-1C (Nurses, Registered)
  • H-3 (Trainees/Special Education Exchange Visitors)
  • I (Foreign Media Representatives)
  • J-1 (Exchange Visitors)
  • L-1A (Intracompany Transferee Executives/Managers)
  • L-1B (Intracompany Transferee Specialized Knowledge)
  • M-1 (Vocational Students)
  • O-1 (Individuals with Extraordinary Ability or Achievement)
  • P-1A (Internationally Recognized Athletes)
  • P-1B (Internationally Recognized Entertainment Group Members)
  • P-2 (Performers Under a U.S. Reciprocal Exchange Program)
  • P-3 (Culturally Unique Artists and Entertainers)
  • Q (International Cultural Exchange Program Participants)
  • R-1 (Religious Workers)
  • S (Witnesses or informants to a law enforcement agency, petitioned by the U.S. government)
  • TN (Canadians or Mexican citizens to work in a prearranged business activities for U.S. or foreign employers)
  • T (Victims of Human Trafficking)
  • U (Victims of a Crime)

VAWA (Violence Against Women's Act)

Waivers of Grounds of Inadmissibility

Appeal Proceeding (BIA/AAO)

Removal Proceedings