About Qingqing Miao
Qingqing Miao is an EB-5 immigration lawyer and an associate of Shatz Law Group, PLLC, a boutique international business law firm located in Seattle and New York City. The law firm is particularly experienced in business formation, contract drafting and negotiation, employment law, mergers & acquisitions and dispute resolution. The law firm’s immigration practice focuses mainly on business immigration (non-immigrant work visas and employment-based immigration) but also has experience with family-based immigration and naturalization. Attorney Miao represents EB-5 investors and practices immigration and business laws.
Attorney Miao helps her immigration clients understand the complexities of the U.S. immigration laws. Her bilingual skills and multi-cultural background have proven to be extremely valuable in assisting her clients. Before joining Shatz Law Group, attorney Miao worked at a Seattle immigration law firm where she gained valuable experience. While still in law school, Miao was a law clerk at Bonneville Power Administration, U.S. Department of Energy.
Attorney Miao has published articles in both English and Chinese professional and academic journals. Attorney Miao’s article on EB-5 immigration was published in the summer issue of American Bar Association (ABA)’s International Law News in 2011. She also frequently gives seminars and lectures about U.S. immigration laws.
Attorney Miao believes firmly in giving back to the community and currently serves as the secretary and a board member of Seattle Chongqing Sister City Association. She often volunteers in various programs that promote international cultural and educational exchange.
Attorney Miao is active in the legal community. She is on the Continuing Legal Education Committee of the Washington State Bar Association, is the vice chair of the Pro Bono Committee of the American Immigration Lawyers Association Washington Chapter, and is a board member of the Asian Bar Association of Washington (ABAW). She is also is a member of the ABA and King County Bar Association (KCBA).
Attorney Miao obtained her Bachelor of Arts degree from Peking University in Beijing. She received her Juris Doctor from Lewis and Clark Law School. After graduating from law school, she was admitted to the Washington State Bar.
Answers to EB-5 9 Questions Answered
- What determines where you can live with an EB-5 visa?
- How will my OPT expiration affect my adjustment of status?
- How can multiple investors within a family apply for EB-5?
- How can buying a business qualify me for an EB-5 visa?
- How can I apply for EB-5 visa if spouse is already Permanent Resident?
- Does EB-5 place limitations on family immigration?
- How do I choose a good regional center?
- Does an eb5 investor have to actively participate in the company?
- Can we get another visa while awaiting EB-5 visa?