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About Xiaojie Marta Meng
Xiaojie (Marta) Meng is the founder of Song & Meng, P.C., and practices in the field of immigration and nationality law. Her clients include small businesses, individuals and multi-national corporations. She has experience representing clients in family-based immigrant petitions, naturalization, employment-based immigrant and nonimmigrant petitions, and other areas of immigration law. She primarily focuses her practice on EB-5 investment based immigration, employment-based/business immigration, nonimmigrant work petitions, and I-9/E-verify matters.
Attorney Meng’s representative cases include, but are not limited to: obtaining EB-5 approval for a client who purchased an existing troubled business; obtaining EB-5 approval for a project with a job sharing arrangement; obtaining EB-1C approval for a U.S. research center with little revenue; obtaining EB-1A approvals for athletes, entrepreneurs, journalists, filmmakers, and others; and more.
Attorney Meng earned her LL.M. from the University of California, Berkeley, her LL.B. from Fudan University in China, and her LL.M. with a focus on comparative legal history from Fudan University. She worked at Los Angeles and Orange County-based boutique immigration law firms prior to founding Song & Meng. She is an active member in good standing with the California State Bar.
In addition to working at the SCCLA pro bono legal clinic as a volunteer attorney, Attorney Meng is a member of AILA, the L.A. County Bar Association, and the Southern California Chinese Lawyers Association. She is also a committee member of Fudan University Alumni Association of Southern California. An immigrant from mainland China, Attorney Meng speaks fluent Chinese (Mandarin/Shanghainese).