Attorney Sharon Shi has dedicated herself to the practice of U.S. Business Immigration and Nationality Law. Professionally trained in China with a Master and a Bachelor in Law from one of the most prestigious Law Schools in China, She later earned her J.D. and L.L.M. degrees from Chicago-Kent College of Law. She has extensive expertise in investment-based and employment-based immigration matters including EB-5 investment-based immigration visas, National Interest Waiver, Outstanding Professor/Researcher, Alien of Extraordinary ability, PERM, and immigrant visas for Multinational Executives/Managers, etc. She also has successfully handled many non-immigrant visa petitions including H, L, K, E, F, TN as well as O visas. With her years of experience, she had worked with exceptional individuals as well as businesses from all backgrounds, including investors, corporations, small start-up companies, financial institutions, universities and research institutions, hospitals, and athletic and entertainment groups and individuals. She has successfully helped many EB-5 projects and regional centers with EB-5 immigration legal structuring, EB-5 financing immigration compliance review, and successfully helped hundreds of investor clients and their family members in obtaining I-526 and I-829 approvals. She also successfully tackled the most troublesome "Request for Additional Evidence" and "Notice of Intent to Deny" from USCIS on complicated EB-5 deal structures and investor's sources/path of funds and obtained approvals on such cases.

Sharon is a counselor and member of the US Supreme Court, the New York State Bar, the New York Bar Association and American Immigration Lawyers Association. She also has served on the Board for a non-profit organization, Legal Immigration Association and a Founding Member of United Chinese Americans, dedicated to the general well-being for Chinese-immigrants for the past years. Her services and achievements to promote legislative and administrative changes within the US immigration system were reported by numerous newspapers and other media outlets in the U.S.

Media Report: Advocate for Immigration Legislative Reform. Picture taken at the Office of Congressman Danny Davis. Sources: WorldJournal News. Meeting with Deputy Director of U.S. Citizenship & Immigration Services.