About Steve Qi

Steve Qi is an EB-5 immigration attorney and the founder of the Law Office of Steve Qi & Associates, based in Alhambra, Calif. A native of Shanghai, China, attorney Qi has provided legal counsel for Chinese entrepreneurs seeking to invest in and immigrate to the United States. He boasts a respectable reputation among his clients and assists with various legal matters, including EB-5 investment immigration, business contract drafting, corporate executive visas, company incorporation, mergers and acquisitions, trademarks, unfair competition and anti fraud, and other U.S. and Chinese related business law issues.

Attorney Qi has helped thousands of Chinese professionals and scholars successfully acquire their green cards. In addition to immigration law, his practice also includes criminal defense, family law, and civil and business litigation. In particular, his knowledge and experience of both Chinese and U.S. law help him transcend cultural and language barriers. Attorney Qi has regularly appeared on Chinese television stations to offer commentary on current immigration issues and other legal matters, including Skylink TV, KSCI-Channel 18, and Phoenix TV.

Attorney Qi earned his undergraduate degree in world economy from Fudan University, where he graduated as one of the university’s top students. He subsequently began a career as a journalist in the international news department of China’s largest news agency, Xinhua News Agency. He published numerous feature stories in prominent publications, including China Daily, Outlook Weekly, and the People’s Daily. Upon relocation to the United States, attorney Qi earned his master’s degree in journalism and his Juris Doctor from the Western State University, College of Law in California.

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