About Sarah Xiao Qian Mu
Sarah Xiao Qian Mu is an immigration attorney. She is the founder and partner of the Law Offices of Sarah Xiao Qian Mu, based in San Jose, California, and founded in 2011.
Mu, a first-generation immigrant, practices various aspects of immigration law, including employment-based visas, student visas, marriage-based visas, family petitions and permanent residency applications. Among Mu’s clients are companies petitioning for employees, students applying for visas, artists and outstanding individuals who seek visas and green cards, investors and entrepreneurs, and asylum seekers in the U.S.
Prior to founding her firm, Mu worked in the New York City real estate market. During that time, she received Prudential Douglas Eliman’s President’s Award.
The American Institute of Legal Counsel has awarded Mu with a “top 10” award for client satisfaction in the immigration law division.
Mu has a law degree from Creighton University, where she was president of the Asian Law Students Association, vice president of events for the Business Law Society and a moot court participant, among other activities.
Mu speaks Mandarin and English.
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