About Ting Geng
Ting Geng is an immigration attorney and co-founder of the law firm The Law Offices of Geng & Zhang PLLC, located in Flushing, New York. Attorney Geng has nearly ten years of legal experience, and is considered a U.S. immigration law expert in the Chinese community. She has successfully handled numerous visa-related matters, including those related to investment immigration such as EB-5, extraordinary ability, all types of family-based immigration, work visas, student visas of all ages, and multinational manager visas.
The Law Offices of Geng & Zhang represents regional, national, and international clients in matters which include immigration, real estate and business transactions, incorporation, litigation, will and estate planning, and trademark services, among others. Their immigration practice specializes in investment visas, family-based visas, student immigrant visas, and all types of employment-related visas, along with citizenship interview appeals, overturning of bail, and various other matters. Attorney Geng herself has extensive EB-related experience, having represented regional centers and assisted immigrant investors with forms I-526, I-485, DS-230, and I-829.
Attorney Geng previously worked as a senior paralegal in the Law Office of Keith N. Yung from 2002 to 2007, and also served as an assistant to the chief judge of the Illinois Circuit Court. She has been referenced in publications such as the World Journal and the Atlantic, and was selected by the largest Chinese Magazine’s “World Week” column as a Distinguished Immigrant Immigration Lawyer. Attorney Geng has published several books, has served as a barrister in several U.S. federal circuit courts, as a Chinese and U.S. attorney in the New York Exchanges Association, and is a member in the American Immigration Lawyers Association.
Attorney Geng is actively admitted to practice law in the state of New York. She graduated from Lanzhou University School of Law in Lanzhou, China, with her Bachelor of Laws in 1996, and her Master of Laws in Economic Law in 1999. She also received her Master of Science in Criminal Justice from Illinois State University in 2001, and then received her Master of Laws in Banking, Corporate, and Finance from Fordham University School of Law in 2006. Attorney Geng is fluent in both English and Mandarin.
Answers to EB-5 13 Questions Answered
- Do I have to find a local immigration attorney for my EB-5 case?
- Should I apply for EB-5 since USCIS is not going to extend E-2 visas for Iranians?
- Is there a way to check the processing progress of I-526 applications?
- How can I apply for I-485 before my parents get EB-5 visas?
- How can EB-5 investors travel with expired green cards and I-797 receipts?
- How can I correct a mistake in the DS-260 form during the EB-5 visa interview?
- Do I need to pay U.S. taxes while on a conditional green card?
- What is the best next step when you find out your I-526 application was submitted with mistakes?
- When does the “5-year path to citizenship” in the EB-5 Program start?
- What will happen if I apply for EB-2 and EB-5 simultaneously?
- How can my son get his EB-5 conditional green card before me?
- When does an EB-5 investor become a U.S. taxpayer?
- How will previously living illegally in the United States affect my EB-5 visa eligibility?