Tsui H. Yee is a Principal at Law Offices of Tsui H. Yee, P.C. A native of New York City, she represents clients living in all five boroughs, as well as on Long Island and throughout Westchester County, New York, as well as New Jersey. In addition, since immigration law is a federal practice, Tsui is able to represent clients in all 50 states.
Ms. Yee attended Tufts University and graduated in 1993 with a Bachelor of Arts in political science. She then studied law at the University of California, Los Angeles, School of Law and earned her degree in 1998.
As the child and grandchild of immigrants, Ms. Yee has a personal understanding of the challenges people face when they immigrate to the United States. She works with large corporations, smaller employers, entrepreneurs and families, guiding them through the complex procedures to apply for nonimmigrant work visas, lawful permanent residence or citizenship. Her cases often involve the following: temporary work visas including (H-1B’s, O-1’s, TN’s, E’s, etc.), family- and employment-based applications for green cards, deportation or removal defense, asylum applications, and relief under the Violence Against Women Act, among others.
When she meets with clients, Ms. Yee combines her legal skills with her deep compassion and understanding of the problems of immigrants and the businesses trying to provide them with jobs. She helps people understand the options that are available, and helps her clients to formulate strategies to meet their immigration needs.
Ms. Yee regularly speaks on immigration matters, sharing her personal knowledge and experiences with other attorneys in continuing legal education courses. She is a member of several legal associations, including the Asian American Bar Association of New York, the Korean American Lawyers Association of Greater New York and the American Immigration Lawyers Association. Additionally, she has served on immigration law and solo/small firm practice committees and provides pro bono services to immigrants who are unable to afford legal help, particularly those who are applying for visas as victims of violence or criminal activity.
Super Lawyers: 2016
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Last Updated: 3/1/2017