Jing received her law degree from the Illinois Institute of Technology, Chicago-Kent College of Law. She graduated magna cum laude with a certificate in Business Law. She also holds a Bachelor’s degree in Statistics and a minor in Management from the University of Minnesota, Twin Cities. Jing is a member of both the California Bar and Illinois Bar.
Jing’s practice includes employment-based immigration visa petitions and applications as well as family-based immigration cases. During law school, Jing worked in the Chicago-Kent College of Law Immigration Law Clinic, where she worked on various family-based immigration petitions and applications, including adjustment of status, I-751 petitions to remove conditions on residence, and extreme hardship waivers. Jing went on to work as a research assistant for her Immigration Law Clinic professor, where she researched on a broad range of immigration law topics in relation to an immigration law book that the professor was writing.
Prior to joining Becker & Lee LLP, Jing practiced in Chicago, working primarily in employment-based immigration and general commercial transactions. Her employment-based immigration practice included filing L-1A, L-1B, H-1B and O-1 petitions. In addition, she represented clients on family-based immigration cases including K-1 and I-751 petitions. She found her work, from assisting in immigration interview preparations to drafting legal briefs and other documents in support of immigration petitions and applications, incredibly engaging. She especially enjoys the sense of fulfillment that she gets from being able to make a positive impact on the clients in achieving their immigration needs.
Originally from China, Jing understands the stress of navigating the U.S. immigration system, and is a native speaker of Mandarin Chinese.