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|Award name||Grantor||Date granted|
|Independence Foundation Public Interest Law Fellowship||Independence Foundation||2008|
|Senior Attorney||Legal Aid Society of Northeastern New York||2011 - 2014|
|Attorney||Nationalities Service Center||2008 - 2010|
|Summer Intern||Community Legal Services, Inc.||2007 - 2007|
|Law Clerk||Chambers of the Honorable Lisa M. Rau||2007 - 2007|
|Summer Intern||Nationalities Service Center||2006 - 2006|
|Association name||Position name||Duration|
|American Immigration Lawyers Association (Upstate New York chapter)||Vice Chair, Executive Committee||2015 - Present|
|American Immigration Lawyers Association (Upstate New York chapter)||Secretary, Executive Committee||2014 - Present|
|Private Attorney Involvement Program - Legal Aid Society of Northeastern New York||Pro Bono Attorney||2014 - Present|
|U.S. District Court, Northern District of New York||Admitted to Practice||2014 - Present|
|New York State Bar Association||Member||2011 - Present|
|Asian American Bar Association of New York||Member||2011 - Present|
|National Asian Pacific American Bar Association||Member||2011 - Present|
|American Immigration Lawyers Association||Member||2009 - Present|
|American Immigration Lawyers Association (Philadelphia chapter)||Member||2009 - 2011|
|Asian Pacific American Bar Association of Pennsylvania||Member||2009 - 2011|
|Difficult I-601A Provisional Waiver Case||Client obtained his green card.|
|Military Naturalization and Deportation Defense Case||Deportation case terminated. Client became U.S. citizen.|
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|Albany Times Union||American Dream Long in the Making||2015|
|Legal Aid Matters||A Long and Winding Road||2014|
|New York State Bar News||Immigrant Mother is a US Citizen Thanks to Your Generosity||2014|
|Legal Aid Matters||New Citizen Gives Thanks - Immigration Case Has a Happy Ending||2012|
|NSC News||Chinatown Immigration Law Project||2008|
|Temple University - James E. Beasley School of Law||Law||JD - Juris Doctor||2008|
|Columbia University||N/A||BA - Bachelor of Arts||2000|
|The NYIC 2-Day Immigration Training||Naturalization and Citizenship||2015|
|Mañana no lo olviden los esperamos||Immigration Reform and Executive Action||2015|
|NYIC BIA Accreditation Training and CLE||Immigration Remedies for Immigrant Victims of Domestic Violence||2014|
|NYIC BIA Accreditation Training and CLE||Naturalization and Citizenship||2014|
|Matrimonial Law Breakfast Club||Immigration: The Intersection with Family & Matrimonial Law||2014|
|Family Law & Immigration, Updates and Practice Pointers||Family Law & Immigration||2014|
|CCC Seminar on Immigration||Immigration Law Overview||2014|
|What Every Family Lawyer Needs To Know About Immigration Relief||Immigration Relief and Family Law||2013|
|NYIC BIA Accreditation Training and CLE||Naturalization and Citizenship||2013|
|NYIC BIA Accreditation Training and CLE||Immigration Remedies for Immigrant Victims of Domestic Violence||2013|
|Albany Law School Guest Lecturer, Public Interest and Advocacy Placement||Naturalization and Citizenship||2013|
Posted by Mallory
My wife and I retained Brian to guide us through her immigrant visa petition after interviewing several other lawyers who came personally recommended from friends and family. We appreciated Brian's outstanding knowledge, communication, and kindness throughout every step of the process, from our initial consultations with him to our final green card interview. He answered all of our (many) questions thoroughly and understandably, and took care to set our expectations about how each step of the process could be reasonably expected to unfold. If we had to do it all over again, we would absolutely choose Brian to represent us again. He saved us a huge amount of stress and anxiety during a crucial period of our marriage.
Posted by Necole
I had a very complicated immigration case that many lawyers did not want to take because it required a great deal of work, knowledge about immigration and skills that they simply did not have. Many lawyer said to me that I will most certainly have to go back to my country and file for an adjustment of status there. I have my husband and family here so I did not want to end up getting stuck in my country were I have not lived in over 20 years. I wanted to fine a lawyer who I could trust to properly represent me. After researching, calling and talking to about 10 different lawyers, my husband and I decided to meet Brian for the free consultation he offered. I explaned my situation to him, he asked some clarifing questions and then proceed to tell my husband and I how we can proceed with our case. He went over the pros and cons, best case and worse case scenarios which was super helpful. I really felt at ease with Brian. By the time we had our second meeting with him, I began to realize that he is genuine, he is not money driven, he really do care about what happens to me which is less that I can say for many of the lawyers I came across. He has an amazing understanding of the immigration process. At each step of the filing process, we knew what to expect because Brian kept us in the loop. After much back and forth, I was pretty much denied twice, because of proofs of documention that uscis requested that I did not have. Brian never backed down, He doug deeper, he did his research and came up with all that he could to repute the denial letters and other request. A year and a half later, I was finally granted my greencard. My future and the future of my family is so much brighter today because of Brian. I am now looking forward to travel back to my country of birth for the first time in over 20 year! I have already recommended Brian to friends who he already helped to get their green card. There is so many positive things I could say about Brian but I will end by saying that if you are looking for a honest, knowledgeable and reasonable priced lawyer who will fight for you, then look no further. Hire Brian Wang to represent you. He will not take your money and give you false hope and unrealistic expectations. He will give your case the time and attention it requires to achieve the best result possible.
Posted by Edwin Nazario
Five months ago, in November 2016 me and my wife decided to search over the internet for a good immigration lawyer to represent us with our I-485 case and we are so glad that we found Brian Wang, if you are searching for a top of the line professional lawyer with all the knowledge and skills to file your case and get the positive results that you are looking for, stop searching and leave your case in Brian hands, from there on, you can rest assure that he' will be on top of it and follow up with USCIS through all the process, informing you about everything, and replying to your calls/e-mails on a timely basis every time you have a question to ask. We recommend his services to anyone in need of an immigration lawyer, because we are 100% sure that he won't disappoint you.
Thanks for everything Brian, we are grateful that we found you.
You have great knowledge and talent.
God bless you!.
Edwin & Mia
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