About Christina Kan
Christina Kan is an EB-5 immigration attorney and the principal owner of the Law Office of Christina Kan, P.C. Attorney Kan focuses her practice on nationality law and immigration law. She has successfully represented various clients in treaty trader or E1/E2 treaty investor matters, religious worker visas and green cards, visas for professionals (such as company transferee (L intra) and H-1B), O-1 visas (extraordinary ability) and green cards, J-1 training and F-1 student visas, VAWA petitions, family-based visas and green cards, employment-based green cards, asylum, citizenship and relief from removal and deportation. On a regular basis, she develops creative solutions, appears before the Board of Appeals and immigration court, assists foreign entrepreneurs who want to invest in the United States, and is successful at advocating for her clients.
Attorney Kan has been assisting employees, families and professionals for almost a decade. Over the years she has represented a variety of clients, including people with extraordinary abilities, working professionals, students, physicians, executives, laborers/trades people and more. Furthermore, she has assisted individual foreign investors, international conglomerates, religious organizations, those in deportation or removal proceedings, and major corporations in both New York and across the country. Her client base boasts of professionals with experience totaling more than 100 years in such sub-specialties as waiver of 212(e), O-1 visas, E visas, I-9 audit compliance, immigration through marriage, family immigration, business immigration, CONRAD 30 waivers (for hardship, government waivers, intellectual and physicians) and J-1 home-residence.
She has also committed a significant amount of time to working in international human rights, including issues of violence against women, protection issues affecting LGBT individuals, detention and asylum.
Attorney Kan completed her bachelor’s degree in legal studies and psychology from the University of Buffalo in New York. She completed her Juris Doctorate at the University of Buffalo Law School. Additionally, she finished the prestigious Weschler Moot Court Competition in criminal law, acted as the associate editor on the Law Journal of Buffalo Public Interest and the Buffalo Women’s Law Journal, and worked at the immigration clinic and the securities clinic. At the securities clinic, Attorney Kan concentrated on helping individual investors who were in disputes with brokers, securities dealers and advisers. At the immigration clinic, Attorney Kan concentrated on labor certifications and employment-based immigration petitions.
Attorney Kan previously worked as a clerk under a Supreme Court Judge and drafted orders and memorandums. She also worked in the Customs & Border Protection division of the Department of Homeland Security, where she investigated federal security and legal issues regarding border and customs matters. Attorney Kan is admitted to the New York State Bar and speaks fluent Cantonese.