About Sara Wang
Sara Wang joined Lee & Lee, PS in 2010, a full-service law firm based in Seattle, Wash. Her practice is chiefly focused on immigration and civil litigation. In particular, Attorney Wang has extensive expertise in matters related to the EB-5 visa program, and assists individuals seeking to obtain U.S. permanent residency through investment. She has personally consulted with hundreds of immigrant investor families and prepared their EB-5 applications. In addition to application and case management, Attorney Wang is also practiced in handling the legal issues faced by immigrant investor families once they gain entry into the United States.
Before joining Lee & Lee, Attorney Wang was an intern and then an employee of the Prosecuting Attorney's Office in King County for six years. She has also spent time abroad in Shanghai, China, working in the areas of employment and media law. Attorney Wang’s experience further includes interning for one of the largest legal pro bono networks in the nation, the Appleseed Center, during which time she assisted on post-Hurricane Katrina employment-related legal issues in New Orleans.
In 2005, Attorney Wang earned dual degrees in Law, Society, & Justice, and Psychology from the University of Washington, and graduated with distinction. She then attended the Seattle University School of Law and attained her Juris Doctor in 2012. She is an active member of the Washington State Bar. She also holds memberships in the American Immigration Lawyers Association, Invest in USA, the American Bar Association, and the Asian Bar Association of Washington.
Attorney Wang frequently participates in EB-5 seminars and other speaking engagements with managing partners across China and other overseas countries throughout the year. She has also contributed her expertise in the field to written works such as “American Dream: The High Risk Investment, A Case Study of EB-5 Investment Visa in China.” Attorney Wang is fluent in English and Mandarin Chinese.
Answers to EB-5 26 Questions Answered
- What would happen to my EB-5 application if I got married after submitting my I-526 application but before having my DS-260 interview?
- Where must EB-5 dependents live during conditional residence?
- How can a potential EB-5 investor also attend a U.S. university?
- What kind of documents can a client get from their EB-5 attorney?
- What recourse do EB-5 investors have in cases of fraud?
- How many family members can get EB-5 green cards?
- When do EB-5 applicants become subject to U.S. laws and taxes?
- When is an EB-5 applicant allowed to withdraw their investment?
- How can an investor use financing and qualify for direct EB-5?
- What occupations cannot be counted towards EB-5 job creation?
- How do I verify the background of an EB-5 migration agent?
- How quickly does USCIS process EB-5 RFE responses?
- Where should an investor apply for the EB-5 visa?
- What is the purpose of a job buffer in an EB-5 project?
- How will retirement affect EB-5 visa eligibility?
- What is the minimum age requirement for EB-5 investors?
- How can an EB-5 immigrant work in the United States?
- How do EB-5 requirements vary for different countries?
- Who is allowed to gift funds for an EB-5 investment?
- How can an EB-5 investor determine regional center quality?
- How do I get the I-829 receipt notice for my EB-5 application?
- How can an investor reapply for EB-5 after a failed investment?
- What should I know about EB-5 before deciding to invest?
- How will an EB-5 application affect an OPT-extension application?
- What is USCIS ELIS used for when applying for EB-5?
- How can I find out why my I-526 petition is delayed?