Jen focuses her practice on business and family-based immigration. She specializes in working with immigrants of all backgrounds to help make their American dream a reality.
Jen handles a wide range of temporary work visas, including, but not limited to, O-1 individuals of extraordinary ability, H-1B and E-3 professionals, TN professionals, L-1 intra-company transfers, E-2 treaty investors, and P-1 for artists and athletes. She also supports employment-based green card applications through PERM labor certification and immigrant petitions for individuals of extraordinary ability and individuals with advanced degrees requesting national interest waivers.
While in law school, Jen played an active role in several organizations. She served as the editor of the Pacific Basin Law Journal, a researcher for the UCLA School of Law Library where she worked with Professor Hiroshi Motomura and Professor Daniel Bussel, and as a volunteer at the Legal Aid Foundation of Los Angeles. Jen was also the recipient of several academic awards, including first place for the Lowell Milken Institute-Sandler Prize for New Entrepreneurs where as a member of a three-part team, she obtained $70,000 in first-round funding for a medical startup. In undergrad, Jen was Phi Beta Kappa, Alpha Lambda Delta, and Phi Eta Sigma. She also received English Departmental Honors, Highest Honors for The Politicization of Blake’s Postmodern, and the Pamela Weinberger Award at the Academic Conference for English Students for her paper on Northwest author Tom Robbins.
Jen gained valuable experience externing in the chambers of Justice Sheryl Gordon McCloud of the Washington State Supreme Court as well as working for boutique firms in Beverly Hills and Seattle.
Jen was born and raised in Taiwan. As a child, her family spent time in Minnesota where she would make weekly trips to the St. Paul Public Library with her red wagon. Outside of work she enjoys volunteering at local legal clinics, reading fiction, and playing Frisbee with her dog.