About Jin Lee
EB-5 immigration attorney Yong Jin Lee is a principal attorney who practices EB-5 immigration for the Jin Lee Law Group, A.P.L.C. He concentrates in providing EB-5 and E-2 services to clients. Attorney Lee owns and operates his firm with offices in Los Angeles and Newport Beach, Calif, as well as in Seoul, Korea. Offering premier legal services, attorney Lee strives to meet all the needs of a multinational client-base. He has provided employment-based immigration services to clients in Asia and the United States.
The Jin Lee Law Group strives to attend to the diverse needs of clients, and emphasizes effective communication, punctuality and professionalism. Fluent in English and Korean, attorney Lee seeks to provide all clients with the efficient and meticulous attention required to successfully meet their specific immigration objectives. He uses his education, experience and passion to attend to the needs of a multicultural clientele. As a member of the American Immigration Lawyers Association and the American Bar Association, attorney Lee is able to serve as a liaison, guiding clients through the immigration process.
In 2001, attorney Lee earned his Juris Doctorate from the Pepperdine School of Law. He graduated cum laude from Georgetown University with a bachelor’s degree in international business. In 2011, he founded the Korean Christian Legal Institute, where he provides various legal services to Korean nationals. Licensed to practice immigration law throughout the United States, attorney Lee represents even the most complex cases.
Concentrating on EB-5 matters, attorney Lee has represented immigrant investors, and has also worked with regional centers in the process of successfully acquiring funding and completing projects. His firm is committed to exclusively offering services in immigration and estate planning. Attorney Lee has represented an array of diverse clients, including corporations, churches and individual investors. He strives to apply his experience and know-how to successfully represent both individual clients and large corporations.
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