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Reid and Wise LLC

With a combination of over 100 years experience exclusively in immigration practice, our team is led by Sandy K. Hom, a former US Immigration Judge (NY) for over 20 years, who has extensive experience regarding all facets of immigration law.

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This lawyer is licensed to practice in New York and has no record of discipline from the New York bar association. *

Reid and Wise LLC

Reid and Wise LLC

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check_circle Offers Video Calls

With a combination of over 100 years experience exclusively in immigration practice, our team is led by Sandy K. Hom, a former US Immigration Judge (NY) for over 20 years, who has extensive experience regarding all facets of immigration law.

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This lawyer is licensed to practice in New York and has no record of discipline from the New York bar association. *

Firm Overview

We are an international law firm, comprised of talented and dedicated lawyers, recognized as the premier firm serving the US-China business corridor. Our lawyers practice law in both the United States and China to provide premium legal services on a cost-effective basis. We have a sophisticated cross-border transnational practice, are a recognized leader in counseling clients in complicated immigration issues, and have a broad-based commercial litigation practice. We are able to devise strategies to enable our clients to achieve their goals in all aspects of cross-border transactions and to protect their rights and interests through effective dispute resolution. We have offices in New York and Shanghai and a network of trusted lawyers across the globe.

In addition to our New York, Los Angeles, and Shanghai office, Reid & Wise maintains a web of relationships with law firms in the US and China, and elsewhere, to effectively utilize the best local law expertise. Through this interconnections, we facilitate the globalization of business, while localizing legal issues worldwide.

Main Office

Main Office
One Pennsylvania Plaza #2015
New York, NY 10119

Phone

(212) 858-9968

Fees
Free Initial Consultation?

Yes

Services Offered For Fixed Fees?

We offer flexible rates, including hourly or flat rate

Hourly Rates

$200-500

Office Information
Office Hours

9am - 6 pm

Office Manager

Joy Zhang

Emergency After Hours

Yes

Languages Spoken

English, Chinese, Cantonese, Taiwanese

Immigration Law

Our department is led by former US Immigration Judge Sandy Hom who has extensive experience regarding all facets of immigration law. We are committed to provide each client with highly professional, personalized and responsiveness representation.

We are an international law firm, comprised of talented and dedicated lawyers, recognized as the premier firm serving the US-China business corridor. Our lawyers practice law in both the United States and China to provide premium legal services on a cost-effective basis. We have a sophisticated cross-border transnational practice, are a recognized leader in counseling clients in all immigration issues, and have a broad-based commercial litigation practice. We are able to devise strategies to enable our clients to achieve their goals in all aspects of cross-border transactions and to protect their rights and interests through effective dispute resolution. We have offices in New York and Shanghai and a network of trusted lawyers across the globe.

In addition to our New York, Los Angeles, and Shanghai office, Reid & Wise maintains a web of relationships with law firms in the US and China, and elsewhere, to effectively utilize the best local law expertise. Through this interconnections, we facilitate the globalization of business, while localizing legal issues worldwide.

What are your firm's strengths and style?

At Reid & Wise, our success is built on three core strengths: attracting and retaining superb legal talent, achieving superior client satisfaction, and delivering exceptional value. Our attorneys understand that our clients want creative and timely legal solutions from attorneys who understand their businesses. We also understand that clients want responsiveness and efficiency in the delivery of legal services. Our goal is to deliver all of these.

Reid and Wise LLC
Sophia Zhang

Ms. Zhang's practice focuses on business immigration, employment-based immigration and family-based immigration. Ms. Zhang has extensive experience in the field of EB-5 Regional Center and L-1 visa, counseling individual investors, as well as marriage/family, asylum and immigration court.

Ms. Zhang oversees all the firm's immigration cases to ensure compliance with the latest developments pertaining to immigration law and practice so that the our immigration client's case is successfully processed under the current Trump Administration's strict immigration policies and regulations before Department of Homeland Security (USCIS, ICE, or CPB) or Department of State (NVC/US Embassies abroad).

Prior to Reid & Wise, Ms. Zhang practiced law at another New York firm where she co-started the business immigration practice. She also practiced law at another litigation firm in New York City.

Ms. Zhang is a member of the American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA) and the Association to Invest In the USA (IIUSA), and New York State Bar Association. She is also qualified to practice Chinese law. Ms. Zhang is a graduate of Columbia Law School.

License

Bar Number: 4871083
New York, 2010

Reid and Wise LLC
Sophia Zhang

Ms. Zhang's practice focuses on business immigration, employment-based immigration and family-based immigration. Ms. Zhang has extensive experience in the field of EB-5 Regional Center and L-1 visa, counseling individual investors, as well as marriage/family, asylum and immigration court.

Ms. Zhang oversees all the firm's immigration cases to ensure compliance with the latest developments pertaining to immigration law and practice so that the our immigration client's case is successfully processed under the current Trump Administration's strict immigration policies and regulations before Department of Homeland Security (USCIS, ICE, or CPB) or Department of State (NVC/US Embassies abroad).

Prior to Reid & Wise, Ms. Zhang practiced law at another New York firm where she co-started the business immigration practice. She also practiced law at another litigation firm in New York City.

Ms. Zhang is a member of the American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA) and the Association to Invest In the USA (IIUSA), and New York State Bar Association. She is also qualified to practice Chinese law. Ms. Zhang is a graduate of Columbia Law School.

License

Bar Number: 4871083
New York, 2010

Reid and Wise LLC
Sandy Hom

Having served as a US Immigration Judge for over twenty years, Sandy K. Hom has extensive knowledge and experience regarding all facets of immigration law, including Naturalization, Asylum, Withholding of Removal under the INA, Convention Against Torture, Violence Against Women Act, Trafficking Victims, U-Visas and T-Visas. While serving as a US Immigration Judge, Mr. Hom established the Law School Intern Program at New York Immigration Court and was a regular lecturer at new Immigration Judges’ Training Programs.

Prior to his time as US Immigration Judge, Mr. Hom was in private practice with the firm of Hom & Hsiung, Esqs. in Manhattan as the Senior Litigation Partner for over seven years. He focused on corporate business immigration matters, including PERM NIW, EB1, H1B, H2, L1, J1, O1, TN, immigrant (I-130 & I-140) and other non-immigrant petitions, Adjustment of Status (209, 245 & 245i) as well as overseas visa processing, I-9 education & compliance, and E-Verify review audits. In addition, he represented businesses in a variety of non-immigrant visa matters, as well as plaintiffs and defendants in the NYS Courts, US District Courts and US Court of Appeals.

An advocate for human rights, Mr. Hom also served as Senior Attorney for the New York State Division of Human Rights, where he represented complainants before State Division Human Rights Hearing Officers throughout New York State based upon claims of race, color, creed, national origin, ethnicity, and sexual preference discrimination regarding employment, housing, credit, banking and public accommodations.

His legal teaching experience includes:

Panelist before the New York State Supreme Court, Appellate Divisions, Disciplinary Committees, New York County Lawyers Association, New York, NY. Nov 2008. Topic: Ineffective assistance of Counsel vs. Unethical practice of Law before the US Immigration Court: View from the Bench
Frequent lecturer in immigration and citizenship matters in numerous Continuing Legal Education (CLE) Programs for the private bar, governmental agencies and non-governmental organizations regarding asylum, civil and criminal issues relating to immigration status and citizenship qualifications.
Adjunct Professor in the Para-Legal Studies Program at former Elizabeth Seton College in Yonkers, NY
His publications include:

Sandy Hom & William Waterman Jr., ALIENS CHARGED WITH OR CONVICTED OF A CRIME: THE RECOMMENDATION AGAINST DEPORTATION IN Getting Off the Railroad: Trying to Vindicate Your Rights in the Criminal Justice System: A Pretrial Detainees Manual, 8 COLUM. HUM. RTS L. REV., no. 2 & 9 Colum. Hum. RTS L. Rev ., no. 1 (1977- 1978) at p. 125.

License

Bar Number: 1510874
New York, 1975

Education

University of Mississippi, School of Law
JD, 1975

Reid and Wise LLC
Sandy Hom

Having served as a US Immigration Judge for over twenty years, Sandy K. Hom has extensive knowledge and experience regarding all facets of immigration law, including Naturalization, Asylum, Withholding of Removal under the INA, Convention Against Torture, Violence Against Women Act, Trafficking Victims, U-Visas and T-Visas. While serving as a US Immigration Judge, Mr. Hom established the Law School Intern Program at New York Immigration Court and was a regular lecturer at new Immigration Judges’ Training Programs.

Prior to his time as US Immigration Judge, Mr. Hom was in private practice with the firm of Hom & Hsiung, Esqs. in Manhattan as the Senior Litigation Partner for over seven years. He focused on corporate business immigration matters, including PERM NIW, EB1, H1B, H2, L1, J1, O1, TN, immigrant (I-130 & I-140) and other non-immigrant petitions, Adjustment of Status (209, 245 & 245i) as well as overseas visa processing, I-9 education & compliance, and E-Verify review audits. In addition, he represented businesses in a variety of non-immigrant visa matters, as well as plaintiffs and defendants in the NYS Courts, US District Courts and US Court of Appeals.

An advocate for human rights, Mr. Hom also served as Senior Attorney for the New York State Division of Human Rights, where he represented complainants before State Division Human Rights Hearing Officers throughout New York State based upon claims of race, color, creed, national origin, ethnicity, and sexual preference discrimination regarding employment, housing, credit, banking and public accommodations.

His legal teaching experience includes:

Panelist before the New York State Supreme Court, Appellate Divisions, Disciplinary Committees, New York County Lawyers Association, New York, NY. Nov 2008. Topic: Ineffective assistance of Counsel vs. Unethical practice of Law before the US Immigration Court: View from the Bench
Frequent lecturer in immigration and citizenship matters in numerous Continuing Legal Education (CLE) Programs for the private bar, governmental agencies and non-governmental organizations regarding asylum, civil and criminal issues relating to immigration status and citizenship qualifications.
Adjunct Professor in the Para-Legal Studies Program at former Elizabeth Seton College in Yonkers, NY
His publications include:

Sandy Hom & William Waterman Jr., ALIENS CHARGED WITH OR CONVICTED OF A CRIME: THE RECOMMENDATION AGAINST DEPORTATION IN Getting Off the Railroad: Trying to Vindicate Your Rights in the Criminal Justice System: A Pretrial Detainees Manual, 8 COLUM. HUM. RTS L. REV., no. 2 & 9 Colum. Hum. RTS L. Rev ., no. 1 (1977- 1978) at p. 125.

License

Bar Number: 1510874
New York, 1975

Education

University of Mississippi, School of Law JD, 1975


Reid and Wise LLC
Joy Xiaole Zhang

Ms. Zhang is one of the firm's partners in our New York Headquarter Office. She focuses her practice on immigration, corporate law, trust and estate.

As one of the firm's US investment immigration team, Ms. Zhang has in-depth expertise and experiences in employment-based cases at all levels from unskilled to extraordinary ability, investor visas, workplace enforcement issues and workforce planning. She handles both immigrant and non-immigrant visas and has worked on developing programs for corporations to address ongoing immigration issue at every level. Ms. Zhang also handles consular processing, family based cases, 601 waivers and naturalization.

Ms. Zhang received her Bachelor of Law from University of International Business and Economics in Beijing, China. Subsequently, she was awarded the Thelma L. Shaffer Scholarship and attended University of Iowa College of Law where she earned her Juris Doctor (J.D.) and Master of Law (LL.M.) Degrees. Ms. Zhang is a native speaker of Mandarin and she is licensed to practice law in New York and New Jersey.

License

Bar Number: 4765756
New York, 2010

Education

University of International Business and Economics in Beijing, China
LLB, 2003

University of Iowa College of Law
JD, LLM, 2006

Reid and Wise LLC
Joy Xiaole Zhang

Ms. Zhang is one of the firm's partners in our New York Headquarter Office. She focuses her practice on immigration, corporate law, trust and estate.

As one of the firm's US investment immigration team, Ms. Zhang has in-depth expertise and experiences in employment-based cases at all levels from unskilled to extraordinary ability, investor visas, workplace enforcement issues and workforce planning. She handles both immigrant and non-immigrant visas and has worked on developing programs for corporations to address ongoing immigration issue at every level. Ms. Zhang also handles consular processing, family based cases, 601 waivers and naturalization.

Ms. Zhang received her Bachelor of Law from University of International Business and Economics in Beijing, China. Subsequently, she was awarded the Thelma L. Shaffer Scholarship and attended University of Iowa College of Law where she earned her Juris Doctor (J.D.) and Master of Law (LL.M.) Degrees. Ms. Zhang is a native speaker of Mandarin and she is licensed to practice law in New York and New Jersey.

License

Bar Number: 4765756
New York, 2010

Education

University of International Business and Economics in Beijing, China LLB, 2003


University of Iowa College of Law JD, LLM, 2006


Reid and Wise LLC
Priscilla Tzu-Tsu Yeh

Priscilla Yeh’s practice focuses on the U.S. immigration law, including all kinds of non-immigrant visas, family-based immigration, employment-based immigration, asylum, deportation proceedings, and naturalization.

Ms. Yeh received her Bachelor of Laws degree from Soochow University, Taiwan, and her Master of Laws degree from the University of Pennsylvania. Besides the field of legal education, Ms. Yeh also received her Master of Science degree from National Chengchi University, Taiwan, where she was enrolled in the Graduate Institute of Technology, Innovation and Intellectual Property Management.

Ms. Yeh’s United States and Taiwanese educational background and multi-cultural experience enable her to build a solid foundation in the U.S. immigration field for she has a clear understanding of the difference between Asian and U.S.’s culture.

Before joining Reid & Wise, LLC, Ms. Yeh worked at an immigration law firm located in Philadelphia, PA. Ms. Yeh has also been actively collaborating with immigration consulting/service firms located in Asia, especially Taiwan.

Ms. Yeh is the member of the American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA). She had also participated in pro bono opportunities with the Asian Pacific American Bar Association of Pennsylvania (APABA-PA) and Asian Americans United (AAU).

License

Bar Number: 5621792
New York, 2018

Education

University of Pennsylvania
LLM, 2017

Reid and Wise LLC
Priscilla Tzu-Tsu Yeh

Priscilla Yeh’s practice focuses on the U.S. immigration law, including all kinds of non-immigrant visas, family-based immigration, employment-based immigration, asylum, deportation proceedings, and naturalization.

Ms. Yeh received her Bachelor of Laws degree from Soochow University, Taiwan, and her Master of Laws degree from the University of Pennsylvania. Besides the field of legal education, Ms. Yeh also received her Master of Science degree from National Chengchi University, Taiwan, where she was enrolled in the Graduate Institute of Technology, Innovation and Intellectual Property Management.

Ms. Yeh’s United States and Taiwanese educational background and multi-cultural experience enable her to build a solid foundation in the U.S. immigration field for she has a clear understanding of the difference between Asian and U.S.’s culture.

Before joining Reid & Wise, LLC, Ms. Yeh worked at an immigration law firm located in Philadelphia, PA. Ms. Yeh has also been actively collaborating with immigration consulting/service firms located in Asia, especially Taiwan.

Ms. Yeh is the member of the American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA). She had also participated in pro bono opportunities with the Asian Pacific American Bar Association of Pennsylvania (APABA-PA) and Asian Americans United (AAU).

License

Bar Number: 5621792
New York, 2018

Education

University of Pennsylvania LLM, 2017


Firm Overview

We are an international law firm, comprised of talented and dedicated lawyers, recognized as the premier firm serving the US-China business corridor. Our lawyers practice law in both the United States and China to provide premium legal services on a cost-effective basis. We have a sophisticated cross-border transnational practice, are a recognized leader in counseling clients in complicated immigration issues, and have a broad-based commercial litigation practice. We are able to devise strategies to enable our clients to achieve their goals in all aspects of cross-border transactions and to protect their rights and interests through effective dispute resolution. We have offices in New York and Shanghai and a network of trusted lawyers across the globe.

In addition to our New York, Los Angeles, and Shanghai office, Reid & Wise maintains a web of relationships with law firms in the US and China, and elsewhere, to effectively utilize the best local law expertise. Through this interconnections, we facilitate the globalization of business, while localizing legal issues worldwide.

Main Office

Main Office
One Pennsylvania Plaza #2015
New York, NY 10119

Phone

(212) 858-9968

Fees
Free Initial Consultation?

Yes

Services Offered For Fixed Fees?

We offer flexible rates, including hourly or flat rate

Hourly Rates

$200-500

Office Information
Office Hours

9am - 6 pm

Office Manager

Joy Zhang

Emergency After Hours

Yes

Languages Spoken

English, Chinese, Cantonese, Taiwanese

Immigration Law

Our department is led by former US Immigration Judge Sandy Hom who has extensive experience regarding all facets of immigration law. We are committed to provide each client with highly professional, personalized and responsiveness representation.

We are an international law firm, comprised of talented and dedicated lawyers, recognized as the premier firm serving the US-China business corridor. Our lawyers practice law in both the United States and China to provide premium legal services on a cost-effective basis. We have a sophisticated cross-border transnational practice, are a recognized leader in counseling clients in all immigration issues, and have a broad-based commercial litigation practice. We are able to devise strategies to enable our clients to achieve their goals in all aspects of cross-border transactions and to protect their rights and interests through effective dispute resolution. We have offices in New York and Shanghai and a network of trusted lawyers across the globe.

In addition to our New York, Los Angeles, and Shanghai office, Reid & Wise maintains a web of relationships with law firms in the US and China, and elsewhere, to effectively utilize the best local law expertise. Through this interconnections, we facilitate the globalization of business, while localizing legal issues worldwide.

What are your firm's strengths and style?

At Reid & Wise, our success is built on three core strengths: attracting and retaining superb legal talent, achieving superior client satisfaction, and delivering exceptional value. Our attorneys understand that our clients want creative and timely legal solutions from attorneys who understand their businesses. We also understand that clients want responsiveness and efficiency in the delivery of legal services. Our goal is to deliver all of these.

Reid and Wise LLC
Sophia Zhang

Ms. Zhang's practice focuses on business immigration, employment-based immigration and family-based immigration. Ms. Zhang has extensive experience in the field of EB-5 Regional Center and L-1 visa, counseling individual investors, as well as marriage/family, asylum and immigration court.

Ms. Zhang oversees all the firm's immigration cases to ensure compliance with the latest developments pertaining to immigration law and practice so that the our immigration client's case is successfully processed under the current Trump Administration's strict immigration policies and regulations before Department of Homeland Security (USCIS, ICE, or CPB) or Department of State (NVC/US Embassies abroad).

Prior to Reid & Wise, Ms. Zhang practiced law at another New York firm where she co-started the business immigration practice. She also practiced law at another litigation firm in New York City.

Ms. Zhang is a member of the American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA) and the Association to Invest In the USA (IIUSA), and New York State Bar Association. She is also qualified to practice Chinese law. Ms. Zhang is a graduate of Columbia Law School.

License

Bar Number: 4871083
New York, 2010

Reid and Wise LLC
Sophia Zhang

Ms. Zhang's practice focuses on business immigration, employment-based immigration and family-based immigration. Ms. Zhang has extensive experience in the field of EB-5 Regional Center and L-1 visa, counseling individual investors, as well as marriage/family, asylum and immigration court.

Ms. Zhang oversees all the firm's immigration cases to ensure compliance with the latest developments pertaining to immigration law and practice so that the our immigration client's case is successfully processed under the current Trump Administration's strict immigration policies and regulations before Department of Homeland Security (USCIS, ICE, or CPB) or Department of State (NVC/US Embassies abroad).

Prior to Reid & Wise, Ms. Zhang practiced law at another New York firm where she co-started the business immigration practice. She also practiced law at another litigation firm in New York City.

Ms. Zhang is a member of the American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA) and the Association to Invest In the USA (IIUSA), and New York State Bar Association. She is also qualified to practice Chinese law. Ms. Zhang is a graduate of Columbia Law School.

License

Bar Number: 4871083
New York, 2010

Reid and Wise LLC
Sandy Hom

Having served as a US Immigration Judge for over twenty years, Sandy K. Hom has extensive knowledge and experience regarding all facets of immigration law, including Naturalization, Asylum, Withholding of Removal under the INA, Convention Against Torture, Violence Against Women Act, Trafficking Victims, U-Visas and T-Visas. While serving as a US Immigration Judge, Mr. Hom established the Law School Intern Program at New York Immigration Court and was a regular lecturer at new Immigration Judges’ Training Programs.

Prior to his time as US Immigration Judge, Mr. Hom was in private practice with the firm of Hom & Hsiung, Esqs. in Manhattan as the Senior Litigation Partner for over seven years. He focused on corporate business immigration matters, including PERM NIW, EB1, H1B, H2, L1, J1, O1, TN, immigrant (I-130 & I-140) and other non-immigrant petitions, Adjustment of Status (209, 245 & 245i) as well as overseas visa processing, I-9 education & compliance, and E-Verify review audits. In addition, he represented businesses in a variety of non-immigrant visa matters, as well as plaintiffs and defendants in the NYS Courts, US District Courts and US Court of Appeals.

An advocate for human rights, Mr. Hom also served as Senior Attorney for the New York State Division of Human Rights, where he represented complainants before State Division Human Rights Hearing Officers throughout New York State based upon claims of race, color, creed, national origin, ethnicity, and sexual preference discrimination regarding employment, housing, credit, banking and public accommodations.

His legal teaching experience includes:

Panelist before the New York State Supreme Court, Appellate Divisions, Disciplinary Committees, New York County Lawyers Association, New York, NY. Nov 2008. Topic: Ineffective assistance of Counsel vs. Unethical practice of Law before the US Immigration Court: View from the Bench
Frequent lecturer in immigration and citizenship matters in numerous Continuing Legal Education (CLE) Programs for the private bar, governmental agencies and non-governmental organizations regarding asylum, civil and criminal issues relating to immigration status and citizenship qualifications.
Adjunct Professor in the Para-Legal Studies Program at former Elizabeth Seton College in Yonkers, NY
His publications include:

Sandy Hom & William Waterman Jr., ALIENS CHARGED WITH OR CONVICTED OF A CRIME: THE RECOMMENDATION AGAINST DEPORTATION IN Getting Off the Railroad: Trying to Vindicate Your Rights in the Criminal Justice System: A Pretrial Detainees Manual, 8 COLUM. HUM. RTS L. REV., no. 2 & 9 Colum. Hum. RTS L. Rev ., no. 1 (1977- 1978) at p. 125.

License

Bar Number: 1510874
New York, 1975

Education

University of Mississippi, School of Law
JD, 1975

Reid and Wise LLC
Sandy Hom

Having served as a US Immigration Judge for over twenty years, Sandy K. Hom has extensive knowledge and experience regarding all facets of immigration law, including Naturalization, Asylum, Withholding of Removal under the INA, Convention Against Torture, Violence Against Women Act, Trafficking Victims, U-Visas and T-Visas. While serving as a US Immigration Judge, Mr. Hom established the Law School Intern Program at New York Immigration Court and was a regular lecturer at new Immigration Judges’ Training Programs.

Prior to his time as US Immigration Judge, Mr. Hom was in private practice with the firm of Hom & Hsiung, Esqs. in Manhattan as the Senior Litigation Partner for over seven years. He focused on corporate business immigration matters, including PERM NIW, EB1, H1B, H2, L1, J1, O1, TN, immigrant (I-130 & I-140) and other non-immigrant petitions, Adjustment of Status (209, 245 & 245i) as well as overseas visa processing, I-9 education & compliance, and E-Verify review audits. In addition, he represented businesses in a variety of non-immigrant visa matters, as well as plaintiffs and defendants in the NYS Courts, US District Courts and US Court of Appeals.

An advocate for human rights, Mr. Hom also served as Senior Attorney for the New York State Division of Human Rights, where he represented complainants before State Division Human Rights Hearing Officers throughout New York State based upon claims of race, color, creed, national origin, ethnicity, and sexual preference discrimination regarding employment, housing, credit, banking and public accommodations.

His legal teaching experience includes:

Panelist before the New York State Supreme Court, Appellate Divisions, Disciplinary Committees, New York County Lawyers Association, New York, NY. Nov 2008. Topic: Ineffective assistance of Counsel vs. Unethical practice of Law before the US Immigration Court: View from the Bench
Frequent lecturer in immigration and citizenship matters in numerous Continuing Legal Education (CLE) Programs for the private bar, governmental agencies and non-governmental organizations regarding asylum, civil and criminal issues relating to immigration status and citizenship qualifications.
Adjunct Professor in the Para-Legal Studies Program at former Elizabeth Seton College in Yonkers, NY
His publications include:

Sandy Hom & William Waterman Jr., ALIENS CHARGED WITH OR CONVICTED OF A CRIME: THE RECOMMENDATION AGAINST DEPORTATION IN Getting Off the Railroad: Trying to Vindicate Your Rights in the Criminal Justice System: A Pretrial Detainees Manual, 8 COLUM. HUM. RTS L. REV., no. 2 & 9 Colum. Hum. RTS L. Rev ., no. 1 (1977- 1978) at p. 125.

License

Bar Number: 1510874
New York, 1975

Education

University of Mississippi, School of Law JD, 1975


Reid and Wise LLC
Joy Xiaole Zhang

Ms. Zhang is one of the firm's partners in our New York Headquarter Office. She focuses her practice on immigration, corporate law, trust and estate.

As one of the firm's US investment immigration team, Ms. Zhang has in-depth expertise and experiences in employment-based cases at all levels from unskilled to extraordinary ability, investor visas, workplace enforcement issues and workforce planning. She handles both immigrant and non-immigrant visas and has worked on developing programs for corporations to address ongoing immigration issue at every level. Ms. Zhang also handles consular processing, family based cases, 601 waivers and naturalization.

Ms. Zhang received her Bachelor of Law from University of International Business and Economics in Beijing, China. Subsequently, she was awarded the Thelma L. Shaffer Scholarship and attended University of Iowa College of Law where she earned her Juris Doctor (J.D.) and Master of Law (LL.M.) Degrees. Ms. Zhang is a native speaker of Mandarin and she is licensed to practice law in New York and New Jersey.

License

Bar Number: 4765756
New York, 2010

Education

University of International Business and Economics in Beijing, China
LLB, 2003

University of Iowa College of Law
JD, LLM, 2006

Reid and Wise LLC
Joy Xiaole Zhang

Ms. Zhang is one of the firm's partners in our New York Headquarter Office. She focuses her practice on immigration, corporate law, trust and estate.

As one of the firm's US investment immigration team, Ms. Zhang has in-depth expertise and experiences in employment-based cases at all levels from unskilled to extraordinary ability, investor visas, workplace enforcement issues and workforce planning. She handles both immigrant and non-immigrant visas and has worked on developing programs for corporations to address ongoing immigration issue at every level. Ms. Zhang also handles consular processing, family based cases, 601 waivers and naturalization.

Ms. Zhang received her Bachelor of Law from University of International Business and Economics in Beijing, China. Subsequently, she was awarded the Thelma L. Shaffer Scholarship and attended University of Iowa College of Law where she earned her Juris Doctor (J.D.) and Master of Law (LL.M.) Degrees. Ms. Zhang is a native speaker of Mandarin and she is licensed to practice law in New York and New Jersey.

License

Bar Number: 4765756
New York, 2010

Education

University of International Business and Economics in Beijing, China LLB, 2003


University of Iowa College of Law JD, LLM, 2006


Reid and Wise LLC
Priscilla Tzu-Tsu Yeh

Priscilla Yeh’s practice focuses on the U.S. immigration law, including all kinds of non-immigrant visas, family-based immigration, employment-based immigration, asylum, deportation proceedings, and naturalization.

Ms. Yeh received her Bachelor of Laws degree from Soochow University, Taiwan, and her Master of Laws degree from the University of Pennsylvania. Besides the field of legal education, Ms. Yeh also received her Master of Science degree from National Chengchi University, Taiwan, where she was enrolled in the Graduate Institute of Technology, Innovation and Intellectual Property Management.

Ms. Yeh’s United States and Taiwanese educational background and multi-cultural experience enable her to build a solid foundation in the U.S. immigration field for she has a clear understanding of the difference between Asian and U.S.’s culture.

Before joining Reid & Wise, LLC, Ms. Yeh worked at an immigration law firm located in Philadelphia, PA. Ms. Yeh has also been actively collaborating with immigration consulting/service firms located in Asia, especially Taiwan.

Ms. Yeh is the member of the American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA). She had also participated in pro bono opportunities with the Asian Pacific American Bar Association of Pennsylvania (APABA-PA) and Asian Americans United (AAU).

License

Bar Number: 5621792
New York, 2018

Education

University of Pennsylvania
LLM, 2017

Reid and Wise LLC
Priscilla Tzu-Tsu Yeh

Priscilla Yeh’s practice focuses on the U.S. immigration law, including all kinds of non-immigrant visas, family-based immigration, employment-based immigration, asylum, deportation proceedings, and naturalization.

Ms. Yeh received her Bachelor of Laws degree from Soochow University, Taiwan, and her Master of Laws degree from the University of Pennsylvania. Besides the field of legal education, Ms. Yeh also received her Master of Science degree from National Chengchi University, Taiwan, where she was enrolled in the Graduate Institute of Technology, Innovation and Intellectual Property Management.

Ms. Yeh’s United States and Taiwanese educational background and multi-cultural experience enable her to build a solid foundation in the U.S. immigration field for she has a clear understanding of the difference between Asian and U.S.’s culture.

Before joining Reid & Wise, LLC, Ms. Yeh worked at an immigration law firm located in Philadelphia, PA. Ms. Yeh has also been actively collaborating with immigration consulting/service firms located in Asia, especially Taiwan.

Ms. Yeh is the member of the American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA). She had also participated in pro bono opportunities with the Asian Pacific American Bar Association of Pennsylvania (APABA-PA) and Asian Americans United (AAU).

License

Bar Number: 5621792
New York, 2018

Education

University of Pennsylvania LLM, 2017


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