About Wayne J Chi
Wayne J. Chi is an EB-5 immigration lawyer and the founder of Wayne J. Chi Attorney At Law, a firm specially catered to the needs of Asia-Pacific clients. The firm has offices located in San Francisco and Honolulu. Attorney Chi specializes in immigration law, green business law, and business law. He is committed to assisting individuals and companies achieve success through an approach focused on client service and establishing solution-driven legal counsel, value, and communication.
Attorney Chi recognizes that establishing a solid legal groundwork is an essential first step towards success and victory. He has dedicated his legal career to creating smart legal solutions as a means to obtain advantageous outcomes.
Before establishing his legal practice, attorney Chi pursued social justice through the legal field. He was a judicial extern to Judge Edward M. Chen, who serves as a United States District Judge on the United States District Court for the Northern District of California. He also was a law clerk at the Katharine and George Alexander Community Law Center in Santa Clara, Calif. In addition, Attorney Chi worked as an associate at a renowned plantiff’s law firm in the Bay Area. He has also served at a nationally recognized law journal, as the lead symposium editor for the Santa Clara Law Review.
Attorney Chi obtained his Bachelor of Science in Foreign Service from the Edmund A. Walsh School of Foreign Service at Georgetown University in Asian studies and international politics. Soon after, he received his Juris Doctorate at Santa Clara University School of Law. During his years in college attorney Chi concentrated on terminating the poverty gap, largely based on race, through educational advancement. At Georgetown University’s Center for Minority Education, he served as a student program assistant. Attorney Chi also volunteered for a Cambodian non-profit organization in Phnom Penh, Cambodia.