Grace Chang is an associate attorney at our Law Offices. She mainly practices business immigration law including immigrant visas, non-immigrant visas, adjustment of status and consular processing and PERM labor certification. She has extensive experience on representing internationally acclaimed entertainers, artists, scientists and businessmen in obtaining EB-1 and O-1 visas for individuals of extraordinary talent and ability. She also handles E-Treaty Traders/Investors, H-1B, L (individual and blanket petitions), and other employment-based non-immigrant visa cases for Fortune 500 companies and mid-sized corporations. She also provides counsel to corporate clients on general business matters including real estate transactions and acquisitions, contracts, employment, environmental issues and others.
Grace attended UCLA School of Law where she studied immigration law and real estate finance. She served as the chief articles editor of the Asian Pacific American Law Journal and participated in the El Centro housing clinic. Upon graduation, she completed a community economic development fellowship at the Legal Aid Foundation of Los Angeles where she provided legal counsel on corporate governance issues to small businesses and non-profit organizations. She is a member of the Los Angeles County Bar Association and the Korean American Bar Association. Grace is also fluent in Korean.
- Immigration Law
- EB-5 Treaty Investors
- Corporate and Business Law
- Commercial Litigation
- University of California, Los Angeles, J.D.
- Wellesley College, B.A.
- Los Angeles County Bar Association
- Korean American Bar Association