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PROFESSIONAL LEGAL ASSISTANCE IN
U. S. IMMIGRATION & NATIONALITY LAW
WANGLAW can assist individuals, employers, and organizations in these areas of Immigration &
Nationality Law of the United States of America:
[ ] Employment based permanent residence (first, second, and third preferences).
[ ] Family based permanent residence (Preference Based and Immediate Relative).
[ ] Temporary employment (H, L, and O) visas.
[ ] Department of Labor proceedings - Labor Certification & Labor Condition Certification.
[ ] Religious worker visas - temporary and permanent.
[ ] Treaty Trader (E) visas
[ ] Student (F or M) visas.
[ ] Fiancee (K) visas.
[ ] Visitor/tourist/business (B) visas.
[ ] North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) matters.
[ ] Visa extensions.
[ ] Citizenship and Naturalization proceedings.
[ ] Select Asylum/Refugee/Withholding cases - administrative and before the immigration judge .
[ ] Relief under the United Nations Convention Against Torture.
[ ] Detention and Removal Proceedings.
[ ] Cancellation of Removal (previously known as suspension of deportation) for Legal Permanent Residents.
[ ] Cancellation of Removal for all other individuals.
[ ] Defense of criminal charges of violation of immigration law.
[ ] Administrative appeal of immigration decisions to Administrative Appeals Office
[ ] Administrative appeal of immigration decisions to Board of Immigration Appeals.
[ ] Judicial review of immigration decisions before the United States Circuit Courts of Appeals.
[ ] Constitutional questions and litigation in Federal courts.
[ ] Writ of Habeas Corpus Petitions.
[ ] Writs of Mandamus.
[ ] Writs of Coram Nobis.
[ ] Petitions for relief pursuant to Violence Against Women Act of 1994 (VAWA) and T visa & U visa
pursuant to Victims of Trafficking and Violence Protection Act of 2000.
[ ] Proceedings in state agencies and courts which have collateral impact on immigration and naturalization.
The Investor Visa For Green Card
In recognition of changing international financial and economic conditions, since October 1, 1991, the United
States Immigration and Naturalization Act (INA) had been amended to allow business people who invest in
the United States to obtain permanent residence status (Green Card) and eventual United States citizenship.
Under this immigration statute, permanent residence can be granted to a qualified investor, his or her spouse
and unmarried children through the employment-based fifth preference (EB-5) without going through the
tedious, competitive, and uncertain process of labor certification. Charleston C. K. Wang, Attorney at Law, is
available to assist business owners and investors who are planning to set-up and conduct business inside the
United States, and who happen to be also interested in obtaining permanent residence in the U.S. He will
provide legal counsel starting with the I-526, continuing with the creation of the new commercial enterprise, its
operation as a going concern, and through the issuance of permanent residence status to the investor. For
more information on the EB-5 Investor Green Card, click here.
On Courts, Tribunals, and Agencies
WANGLAW, has helped clients from around the world with their immigration problems. We can
represent persons who are now in the United States or from anywhere in the world before:
[ ] U. S. Citizenship and Immigration Services.
[ ] U. S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement.
[ ] U. S. Customs and Border Protection.
[ ] Unfinished matters with the former U. S. Immigration & Naturalization Service.
[ ] U. S. Department of State and its Consular Section.
[ ] U. S. Immigration Courts (U. S. Executive Office for Immigration Review).
[ ] U. S. Board of Immigration Appeals.
[ ] United States District Courts.
[ ] United States Circuit Courts of Appeals.
[ ] Supreme Court of the United States of America
Charleston C. K. Wang, Esquire
Since 1982, Mr. Wang has been a member of the Bar of the State of Ohio. He is also admitted to practice
before the Supreme Court of the United States of America, the United States Court of Appeals for the Sixth
Circuit the United States District Court for Southern Ohio and Eastern Kentucky and before other courts by
leave pro hac vice. He is admitted to practice immigration law before the United States Immigrations Courts,
the Board of Immigration Appeals and may represent clients before all the bureaus and agencies of the U. S.
Department of Homeland Security. To read statement of qualifications, click here. To read some significant
case decisions obtained by Mr. Wang, click here.
Of Counsel: Mary Joan Reutter, Esquire.
Mary Joan Reutter earned her law degree from the University of Cincinnati College of Law where she served
on the editorial staff of the Human Rights Quarterly. She holds a Masters of Arts in Linguistics from the
University of Michigan. Her Bachelors degree is in English and German from the University of Notre Dame.
As an attorney, Ms. Reutter devotes the majority of her practice to immigration and nationality law. Ms.
Reutter is of counsel to Mr. Wang. She is a member of the Bar of the State of Ohio, USA and may represent
clients at all levels of Federal immigration proceedings.
For other areas of professional legal service from WANGLAW, please click here.
Caveat /Disclaimer: U.S. immigration statutes, regulations and interpretations of these and other federal, state and local law are subject to change and timely,
competent counsel from a qualified legal professional on current and applicable law to particular facts is indispensable. This website provides information of a
general nature and such information cannot pertain to any specific set of facts. For any particular situation, the visitor should obtain counsel from a qualified legal
professional. The publisher reserves the right to amend the contents of this website at any time and for any reason.
always, that all of us ... are
-=Franklin D. Roosevelt
before the Daughters of the
We hold these truths to be
self evident, that all men are
created equal, that they are
endowed by their Creator
with certain inalienable
rights, that among these are
life, liberty and the pursuit of
-=The Declaration of
Independence of the
It has pleased Almighty God
... He has largely augmented
our free population by
emancipation and by
immigration, while he has
opened to us new sources
of wealth, and has crowned
the labor of our working-men
in every department of
industry with abundant
One more Quote for those
How many goodly creatures
are there here!
How beauteous mankind is!
O brave new world,
That has such people in't!
"ENGLISH IS SPOKEN
HERE" AT WANGLAW USA
Charleston C. K. Wang, Esq.
Of Counsel: Mary Joan Reutter, Esq.
Immigration and Nationality Lawyers in Cincinnati Ohio USA Serving the World
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