Jing Yeophantong, Esq.
jing [at] immigrationsolutions [dot] com
Jing Yeophantong is a Partner at Immigration Solutions Group, PLLC. She focuses her practice on corporate business immigration representing clients ranging from Fortune 500 corporations to small and medium sized enterprises in a variety of industries, including high tech, engineering, health, finance and manufacturing. She has expertise in all facets of the employment-based arena including routine and complex immigrant and non-immigrant matters including H-1B, L-1, E-1/E-2 visas and PERM, as well as the immigration implications of mergers and acquisitions, corporate best practices, and I-9.
Jing also represents individual clients in both immigrant and nonimmigrant matters. She has vast experience handling family-based cases, including adjustment of status applications including through the special 245(i) provision of the Immigration and Nationality Act as well as special provisions for battered spouse or children. Jing also handles routine and complex naturalization cases, including cases involving criminal records and special naturalization programs. She also represents clients in removal proceeds before the Arlington Immigration Court and the Baltimore Immigration Court.
Jing has been twice appointed to serve on a committee for the American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA), DC Chapter representing over 900 members in DC, Maryland and Virginia. She currently serves as Chair of the Virginia State Legislation Committee.
Jing is Co-Author of “The RedBook™, The HR Executive’s Immigration Reference Tool” and “The HR Immigration Pocket Reference™,” Co-Published with the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) and Immigration Solutions Group, PLLC (ISG).
Jing has two masters of law degrees and is fluent in Thai. She is a graduate of the George Washington University Law School where she received her Masters of Law degree (LLM). Prior to attending law school at George Washington University, Jing attended University of Groningen in the Netherlands for her first Masters of Law degree and Assumption University in Thailand for her Bachelor of Law degree. She is admitted to practice law in Virginia and practices immigration nation-wide.