With a strong passion in law and how it affects our lives, Ms. Geng has acquired three Masters degrees in this field as well as a breadth of experience in handling Immigration, Criminal Justice, as well as Civil Litigations. Recognizing how many immigrant families are suffering due to ambiguous legal status, she gradually set her focus on Immigration law, and proudly holds an nearly 100% success rate for all the employment-based immigration cases she handled. For the past 10 years, her compassionate and dedicated professional practice has helped numerous talents & families to work, live, and expand businesses legally in New York.
Always maintaining a calm attitude, Ms.Geng regards clients as a close friend, and tries to get to the root of every detail. Her gentle yet precise etiquette has been the key factor in identifying main obstacles and opportunities of each case, which she tackles with the right strategic solution effortlessly. Though she already holds three advanced degrees in the law, Ms.Geng humbly believes that degrees are only the basics. Keeping a close eye on any updates of the current regulations/latest memos/case laws, and how it applies to work in favor of clients’ circumstances is why she has earned the trust and endless referrals from her clients.
Quite contrary to general perception of attorneys, Ms.Geng’s 10 years of success proved that you can be both gentle and assertive to help clients solve even the most complex issues. She is very meticulous when it comes to securing even potential clients’ rights. This is exactly why she insists on working directly with the client, to avoid any confusion / potential fraud caused by middlemen.
As a professional female attorney, living a well-balanced life, Ms. Geng embraces the wisdoms of Buddhism, and supports & believes that both men & women has the full potential to embrace both career excellence & work-life balance.
“In the past my life was all about how to cultivate a success path with the right actions and habits. Yet after immersing myself in Buddhism, I’d say just trust in yourself. Every path is just a process. In a nutshell: Live more, worry less.” - Ms. Geng
Ting Geng, Esq.
- Fordham University School of Law; Illinois State University (Master of Laws in Banking, Corporate, and Finance; Master of Science in Criminal Justice)
Director of Chinese American Bar Association of New York, Member of New York State Bar Association, and The American Immigration Lawyers Association. Immigration law column contributor for World Journal, the largest Chinese journal in the US.
- Employment-based Immigration: EB-1A, EB-1B, EB-1C, NIW, EB-2, EB-3, EB-5 Regional Center, EB-5 Direct Investment, I-924 Regional Center Application;
- Family-based Immigration: I-130, I-485, I-864, DS-260
- I-360 Abused Spouse
- Non-Immigrant Visa: H-1B, L-1A, L-1B, E-1, E-2, TN Visa
- BIA Appeal; AAO Appeal; Motion to Reopen; and Federal Court Appeals.