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|Award name||Grantor||Date granted|
|VIP Inclusion||Cambridge Who's Who||2011|
|Attorney||Tran Law Group||2013 - Present|
|Ad Junct Professor||Santa Ana College||2005 - 2009|
|Attorney & Partner||Palmer & Tran, LLP||1998 - 2013|
|Association name||Position name||Duration|
|IIUSA||Member||2016 - Present|
|Long Beach Grand Cru | Legal Aid||Board Member||2009 - Present|
|American Immigration Lawyers Association (SoCal Chapter)||N/A||1999 - Present|
|Orange County Bar Association||Member||N/A|
|Post Doma Green Card||Green Card approved in 5 months|
|L1A Visa for Vietnamese Executive||L1A Visa approved for 3 years in 4 days|
|See all legal cases|
|Toc Do Newspaper||Luật sư chuyên về di trú Mỹ: Trấn Thành có thể có hai visa Mỹ trên một hộ chiếu||2016|
|IIUSA Regional Center Business Journal||Vietnam EB-5 Demand: A Look to the Horizon||2016|
|University of California at Los Angeles School of Law||Law||JD - Juris Doctor||1996|
|Boston College||English Literature||BA - Bachelor of Arts||1991|
|National Conference of Vietnamese American Attorneys||Immigration - The Basics||2014|
|Ask an Immigration Attorney||Immigration Options for Graduating Students||2014|
|DACA : The Ins & Outs of Applying||Is DACA Right for You?||2012|
|EB5 Conference||The Immigration Process of EB5||2010|
|NCVAA Annual Conference||Immigration Basics||2009|
Posted by Francisco
A. Mina Tran is truly a reliable immigration lawyer who not only gives her best always, but also exceeds her client's expectations. She specializes in waiver cases. When USCIS requested me an extreme hardship to justify my permanence in US, Mina helped my family and me to find the way to demonstrate the need of my waiver to avoid my wife's mental condition aggravation and the possible psychological trauma that my son (5 years) would be bearing after our family breakdown. Once she organized our mental and physical evaluations, our family history, and explained how she would present our case, we knew we would succeed.
Posted by Peter
Mina was invaluable in helping us get through the process of obtaining my husband’s green card. Being a newly wed gay couple, we were not sure what kind of response we would get for trying to apply for something that only recently had been open to gay married couples. Our first meeting with her put us at ease as she was extremely supportive of our path that we had chosen. She provided us not only with sound legal advise, but a blueprint on how tomake the whole process as glitch free as possible. She told us what to expect, what information we needed to gather, and how to make the whole application as complete as possible so that it would not have to be returned in any way because of missing information or documents. We reviewed the documents that were submitted with her office and were told what the next stages would be. When it finally came down to our face to face meeting with Immigration, she thoroughly reviewed what the process would be like, what questions that they might ask, and how to be prepared for the whole process. When the time came for the interview, we felt prepared and her being there gave us a sense of calmness and that we would be successful. And we were! We owe a great deal to Mina and her staff. She is a person of unquestionable integrity and we both highly recommend Mina and believe that anyone would be fortunate to engage her services.
May Gibbs, Criminal defense Attorney
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Immigration is a complicated area of law with ever changing rules, policies, and procedures. Time and time again I have referred my clients to Mina for their immigration matters because of her knowledge, trustworthiness and experience. Without hesitation, I endorse Mina Tran.
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