I opened The Pinjuh Law Firm, LLC in September 2012, after 15 years of experience in the immigration field. I initially practiced immigration law in the DC area at a boutique immigration law firm and later joined a nationally known firm in Ohio. I have managed and overseen 2-7 attorneys and paralegals over the span of my tenure, focusing on employment petitions both for non-immigrant petitions such as E-1/E-2, H1B, H3, L-1A and L1B, TN, O-1, R-1, P1, P-3 and immigrant petitions both through labor certification (PERM) and through Immigrant petitions such as EB-1 Extraordinary Ability, Outstanding Researcher and International Transferee, EB-2 National Interest Waiver, Special Religious Worker petitions and Entrepreneur EB5 petitions. I also have extensive knowledge in student visa issues, reinstatement for students, consular processing both non-immigrant and immigrant visas, waivers of inadmissibility, complex family petitions, adjustment of status, citizenship determinations and naturalization cases.
I speak French fluently, and I have a Senior paralegal who has worked at my side since 1998, and he speaks Cantonese and Mandarin. I also have Spanish, Arabic, Russian, Croation/Serbian, Romanian and Polish translators available for consultations and helping to prepare legal certified translations when requested.
Managing Attorney —
After fifteen years of experience as an immigration attorney, I started The Pinjuh Law Firm LLC in order to help employers in the US obtain or retain foreign national workers, to help US citizens and lawful permanent residents have the ability for family to come or stay in the US, and to help individuals from foreign countries obtain appropriate visas to come to the US as nonimmigrants or immigrants. I also help those who wish to naturalize or to prove their US citizenship.