About Susan Tan
Susan Tan is an EB-5 immigration attorney and partner at the Law Office of Z. Tan, PLLC, located in New York City. Attorney Tan focuses her practice on securities law, corporate law, commercial transactions, immigration law and real estate. She has comprehensive experience in the areas of securities compliance and regulatory reporting. Additionally, she has provided counsel on many merger and acquisitions transactions and has assisted clients in arranging private placement and IPO transactions.
The Law Office of Z. Tan, PLLC, has extensive knowledge and experience in assisting foreign entrepreneurs with immigrating to the United States from China through the EB-5 visa program. The firm provides counsel in the areas of estate planning, corporate law, immigration law, real estate, and litigation and is dedicated to providing personalized and vigorous legal services to their clients. The attorneys communicate with regional centers, commercial enterprises, individual investors, and government authorities on a regular basis to ensure that the concerns and interests of the clients are addressed in a proper and timely fashion.
Other services offered at the Law Office of Z. Tan include commercial and corporate transactions (in both China and the United States), estate planning and administration, civil litigation and dispute resolution, and real estate. Attorney Tan has represented foreign entrepreneurs applying for participation in the EB-5 visa program and assists her clients in analyzing investment opportunities and deal structures using her background and knowledge of mergers and acquisitions and securities.
Attorney Tan began her career in law in China and her experience with direct foreign investment is varied. She has handled mergers and acquisitions transactions, foreign labor and exchange matters and taxation in China. In addition, attorney Tan is experienced and fluent in Chinese law and has provided counsel regarding mergers and acquisitions in China and general corporate matters to various multinational corporations.
Prior to forming her own practice, attorney Tan worked at the predecessor of the Shanghai branch of the Ministry of Commerce of China. She worked at the Shanghai Foreign Economic Relations and Trade Committee, at the DLA Piper’s New York office, and at the Coudert Brothers’ Shanghai office.
Attorney Tan studied international economic law at the Shanghai Institute of Foreign Trade and completed her Juris Doctor degree at the Fordham Law School. She completed an LL.M in banking, corporate, and finance. She is admitted to the New York State Bar and capable of practicing law in China.