About Austin Kim
Austin Kim is the lead attorney for H&H Law, and he practices in the firm’s Orange County office, located in Santa Ana, Calif. He has specialized in immigration law with a focus on the EB-5 entrepreneur investment immigration sector for over eight years. Attorney Kim is directly responsible for handling all I-526 and I-829 petitions submitted to USCIS by the firm. He additionally has experience assisting EB-5 regional centers, such as in the filing of I-924 applications.
H&H Law is a rapidly-expanding international law firm that has more than 70 attorneys across the world. The firm’s staff consists of experts in various legal fields, including many attorneys who have substantive experience with the EB-5 Immigrant Investor Program. The firm has offices in the United States and Seoul, Korea. H&H Law is well-regarded within the EB-5 industry and its attorneys have filed more than 1,000 successful petitions for clients obtaining EB-5 visas, which have encompassed over 20 different EB-5 projects. They have also filed thousands of various other immigration cases, with their array of legal services including family-based immigration, business and employment immigration (such as EB-1), reentry permits, non-immigrant visas (such as E-1/E-2), and more.
Attorney Kim is fluent in both English and Korean. He earned his undergraduate degree from the University of California, Irvine. He then earned his law degree from the University of the Pacific in Northern California. He has been practicing law in California since 2006, when he was admitted to the California State Bar. Prior to joining H&H Law, Attorney Kim worked at the California State Attorney’s office, as well as Hanul Law, which is an international law firm. He is a member of IIUSA and the American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA).
Answers to EB-5 6 Questions Answered
- How do I use gifted money as EB-5 capital?
- What happens if my I-829 extension expires?
- How late can I add my daughter to my EB-5 application?
- Can I use a bank loan for my EB-5 investment?
- Does USCIS give a receipt upon receiving EB-5 visa materials?
- Can a secured loan be used to fund an EB5 visa investment?