About Alice H Sun
Alice Sun is an EB-5 immigration attorney at the Law Offices of Sun, located in Los Angeles. Attorney Sun has focused on immigration law for almost 20 years and concentrates her practice on employment-based immigration visas. Attorney Sun has successfully represented individuals from a variety of backgrounds, including those classified as aliens with extraordinary abilities in art, science, and education such as engineers, Ph.D. students, scientists, and post-doc researchers; labor certification PERM petitions; entrepreneur applications; outstanding researchers and professors; and multinational transferee applications. Attorney Sun also helps many other individuals acquire temporary visas, such as O1, O2, H-1B, and TN, among other types of visas.
Attorney Sun has dedicated her career and practice to providing exceptional service. She has devoted her time to finding creative solutions to obtain advantageous outcomes for her clients. Her extensive knowledge and background in immigration-related issues has made her a notable EB-5 lawyer.
Attorney Sun received her Master of Arts in culture, anthropology and law in 1991 from the University of California, Santa Barbara. Three years later, she obtained her Juris Doctorate from Whittier Law School, Los Angeles. She also participated in a comparative law program at University Of California, Los Angeles. During her years at school she was part of the University of California Regent Fellowship and was a teaching assistant for a cultural variation class. Attorney Sun also assisted a professor with research on the modern economic system and its social implications. She has received a Juris Doctorate equivalent at the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, a research organization located in Beijing, China.
Attorney Sun is admitted to practice law before the Federal District Court and California. She is also a member of the American Immigration Lawyers Association.
Attorney Sun is fluent in several Chinese dialects including Mandarin, Yiantai shanton dialect, Shanghai dialect, Tianjing dialect, Hubei dialect, Sichuan dialect, Hunan dialect, Kunming Yunnan dialect and Northeast coast area dialect.
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