I am a first-generation immigrant, I was born and raised in China. My personal immigration experience together with my understanding and appreciation of different cultures had inspired me to practice immigration law.
I like to learn from each client their unique situation and identify the best immigration approach for them. Whether it is employment-based, or family-based, my mission is to assist our clients to find the best options for their overall strategy and ensure each plan they make serves the long-term goal, rather than a short-term fix.
I practice primarily business immigration law. I advise higher education institutions and health care facilities with immigration compliance, and provide immigration solutions for students, scholars, nurses and doctors. For business and institutional immigration, my practice areas vary from L- Intracompany Transferees visa, E1 & E2 – Treaty Investor and Treaty Trader visa, H1B – Specialty Occupation visa, O – Aliens with Extraordinary Ability visa, F – Student visa, J – visitor’s visa to employment-based immigrant visa categories (EB1, EB2, NIW, EB3, EB5). I also handle some family-based immigration, with a focus on immediate relative and family preference categories.
With global sourcing and increasing international business exchanges, more Chinese parties are getting involved in federal litigation in Vermont, a state with a little over 600,000 population. It is hard to locate a local attorney in Vermont who speaks Chinese, let alone understands the Chinese culture and business practice. I can bridge the language, legal and culture barrier for them and find the most efficient way for them to work with Dinse’s litigation team.