Our immigration attorney has special expertise to represent clients in all aspects of immigration law including, but not limited to: family-based and employment-based green cards, Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA), Temporary Protected Status (TPS), work visas, investment visas, fiancé(e) visas, deportation/removal defense, asylum, citizenship and naturalization, and appeals at all levels. Our lawyers are well known for our zealous and creative advocacy on behalf of our clients and no case is too small for us. Because immigration law is federal law, we are able to represent clients in every state and every country around the world. This makes Han Law Group, truly a global operation. We have successfully represented our clients before the United States Citizenship & Immigration Services (USCIS), the Board of Immigration Appeals (BIA), the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals, and various US Embassies around the world.
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Ms. Han has extensive experience in Immigration Law and Criminal Law. Ms. Han has been practicing immigration law since 1998 and has successfully represented hundreds of clients before the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS - formerly INS), the Immigration Court and the Appeals Board and Courts. She has vast experience in handling all aspects of immigration law including family-based petitions, business immigration, deportation and removal, asylum, citizenship and naturalization, and appeals at all levels. Ms. Han received her Bachelor of Arts degree in English Literature and Creative Writing from the University of California, Santa Barbara. She graduated with a Juris Doctor degree from Southwestern University School of Law where she earned the American Jurisprudence Award in Constitutional Law. In addition to her practice, Ms. Han had been an adjunct professor at California State University, Los Angeles, where she taught Immigration Law for the Paralegal Program.
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We look forward to assisting you. Please contact Han Law Group for a case-specific evaluation of your case with our experienced attorney. Our office speaks
English, Spanish, and Korean.
Phone: (213) 550-1159
Our office hours are
Monday to Friday
9:00am to 5:30pm.
Extended hours and Saturday appointments by special request only depending on availability.
Our office is located in Downtown Long Beach
at 555 E. Ocean Blvd. Ste. 525
Long Beach, CA 90802.
I'm so glad to have found Susan!Posted by Jordan, a Immigration client,
"Susan helped me apply for permanent residency based on marriage, adjusting from a nonimmigrant visa. A fairly simple matter, however, to my husband and I, it was incredibly important. Susan 'held our hand' through the entire journey, and gave our case prompt attention at each step along the way. Dealing with the USCIS can be a stressful process, however, Susan answered all our questions, was honest and open with us, and helped put our worries at ease. Whenever we had a question, Susan was incredibly quick to respond by email, and phone, when needed. She was very accessible, which was very important to us. She is extremely knowledgeable on all things immigration. Susan thoroughly prepared and filed our application promptly. As a result, we received no requests for further evidence from the USCIS along the way. She attended our USCIS interview with us and was incredibly helpful in putting out nerves at ease on the day. In the end, I received my green card a mere three months after filing. I cannot recommend Susan enough. We are so incredibly happy to have found her, and look forward to seeing her again when we remove conditions."
SuccessPosted by Cecilio, a Immigration client, 3 days ago
"Susan Han and her staff have been an excellent find for me, I had an Immigration case going back thirty something years, in 2010 it was brought to the forefront and my future and my life was in the balance, Susan and her team took my case,Marina and the rest of the team listen and went to work and resolved all the issues and I am now waiting to take the test for my Citizenship."
The perfect lawyerPosted by Kyung & Tim, a Immigration client, 5 months ago
"Susan Han is the perfect lawyer for new clients and experienced ones with immigration laws. She helps you through the process with knowledge and compassion and when the going gets difficult she understands the reason and gets going on the remedy right away. We have been a Susan Han client for the past 7 years and have been successful from initial filing through Citizenship Ceremony and now I have received my American passport. She can help make your success too! Please give her a call!"
A lawyer that you can trust!Posted by Amy, a Immigration client, 6 months ago
"Susan is very professional and experienced in immigration matters. She made the process so simple and easy. I received my green card in just 3 months! Her team did such a great job on updates and followed up throughout the process. I will definitely recommend her firm for immigration matters."
Citizenship and Naturalization as an AmericanPosted by Ian, a Immigration client, 7 months ago
"Since the first day that Jacobson and Han took me onto their books they have shown great courtesy, kindness and, indeed, affection. I cannot speak too highly of Ms Gilbert, Ms. Han and Ms Jacobson- they have all been wonderful to me. With superb and expert professionalism they have guided me through the complexities of the Naturalization process. The Law Firm has an extremely caring team and I am treated to some of the best legal advice, support and encouragement that I could ever hope for. I HIGHLY recommend them!"
Excellent firmPosted by Andres, a Immigration client, 11 months ago
"Susan and all her team are excellent, they are clear since the beginning, pay attention to every detail; also they kept me updated all the time through the process of condition removal of my green card. I would strongly recommend Susan Han for any inmigration issues, knowledge of the field and outstanding performance make her one of the top attorneys in LA."
Work Permit for YadiraPosted by Gerald, a Immigration client, about a year ago.
Susan is an amazing lawyer and great friend to my wife and I. I am thankful for her. She made us feel like we had a special place in her heart. For out first consultation, she made us feel like we just needed to wait for the right time to help my wife gain legal status in the US. She also went out of her way to explain our situation and what we needed to be cautious of. Susan contacted me the via email personally after I reached out to her for help when my it looked like my wife could be approved for DACA. From that point on, she held our hands through an anxious, and monumental, process. Yes, there were times with her firm that we felt like we were being held a little too much in the dark, but then Susan would come in and make everything right. That's really all we could ask for during our process; to feel we mattered and were going to be taken care of.
The non-immigrant (temporary visa) visa classification covers a broad range of visas used to enter the United States for work, pleasure, study, medical treatment, business purpose, students, athletic, temporary workers, religious worker, and government officials, etc. Some visas are considered 'dual status'; you may attempt to obtain permanent residency (a green card) while under that classification.
Most non-immigrant visas or temporary visa, however, require you establish the demonstration of non-immigrant intent. This means you should demonstrate that you have a permanent residence in your home country that you have no intention of abandoning. The duration of time you may spend in the US can range from a few days to several years, depending on the visa. In most situations, your spouse and unmarried children under the age of 21 may accompany you on a derivative visa.
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Permanent immigration (green card) is the ultimate goal of many people entering or planning to enter the United States. Lawful permanent residency offers individuals a multitude of benefits, including the freedom to live and work permanently in the US. Potential immigrants should be as informed about the laws as possible. That's why our firm is dedicated to providing you with a complete online database of immigration information. A person is granted a permanent resident card, commonly called a green card. The steps to become a permanent resident are different for each category and will depend on if you are currently living inside or outside the United States. The main categories are listed belo:
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If the DHS believes that you should be removed or deported from the United States, or an individual is found "inadmissible" to the United States, the DHS will issue a piece of paper called a "Notice to Appear" or "NTA" which initiates court proceedings to determine if an individual is removable, deportable or inadmissible from the United States. An Immigration Judge presides over these court proceedings which are held at US Immigration Courts across the country. These are formal court hearings and should be taken very seriously as your immigration record may be permanently affected and you can be physically deported from the United States. Only an Immigration Judge can determine if you are removable, deportable or inadmissible and whether you have relief from removal. If the Immigration Judge denies relief, you may appeal to the Board of Immigration Appeals (BIA). The BIA has jurisdiction over decisions made by Immigration Judges. Deportation affects people who are already in the United States, either legally or illegally by forcing them to leave. We can help from the very beginning of a deportation cases.
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All persons born or naturalized in the United States, and subject to the jurisdiction thereof, are citizens of the United States and of the state wherein they reside. No state shall make or enforce any law which shall abridge the privileges or immunities of citizens of the United States; nor shall any state deprive any person of life, liberty, or property, without due process of law; nor deny to any person within its jurisdiction the equal protection of the laws. XIV Amendment to the U.S. Constitution.
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