Zeng Law Group United States of America

Zeng Law Group, led by Hui Zeng and her lawyers, specializes in assisting individuals and businesses in navigating the complex immigration process. The team understands the importance of obtaining work, education, and investment visas. They possess the experience and knowledge to ensure that applications are completed accurately and submitted promptly, reducing the likelihood of errors that could slow down the process.

The law firm assists with various non-immigrant visa categories, including E-1 Treaty Trader and Treaty Investor, F-1 Student Visa, H1-B Specialty Worker, J-1 Waiver and Advisory Opinion for Exchange Program Participants, L-1 Intra-company Transfers, and change or extension of non-immigrant status. Employment-based immigration categories, such as NIW - National Interest Waiver, EB-2 based on PERM (Advanced Degree or Exceptional Ability), EB-5 Investor visa, foreign nurses immigration, EB-1(a) - Alien of Extraordinary Ability, EB-1(b) - Outstanding Professors/Researchers, EB-1(c) Multinational Manager or Executive, PERM Labor Certification, Consular Processing, Work Permit, Reentry Permit, and Travel Documents, are also handled by the firm.

In addition, Law Group can assist with family immigration applications, such as I-130 Petition, Adoption, Divorce, K Visa - Fiance/Fiancee/Spouse of U.S. Citizen, and Marriage-based Green Card. Clients can schedule a consultation with a lawyer to learn more about the firm's services and their options for immigration.

Hui Zeng, the founder of Zeng Group, graduated first in her class from Beijing Normal University School of Law and was admitted to the All China Lawyers Association in 2011. In 2017, she opened her law firm in New York City, leveraging her extensive knowledge of Chinese and U.S. law to assist clients in bridging the gap between the two cultures. Ms Zeng is fluent in English and Chinese Mandarin and uses both languages to deliver the most effective representation for her clients.
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