John Lee, LL.M.,
Attorney at Law - Of Counsel
Licensed in the New York State.
Licensed in the New South Wales of Australia.
Licensed in the New Zealand.
Attorney John Lee is a licensed legal practitioner in New York, New South Wales of Australia, and New Zealand, and specializes in the immigration laws of these 3 locations
In U.S. immigration law, Attorney John Lee specializes in Permanent Residency for professionals with advanced degrees; various nonimmigrant visas such as B-1/B-2, E-1/E-2, H-1B and J-1; and Consular Processing procedures for clients outside of the United States such as Waiver Against Inadmissibility. Attorney Lee has assisted many clients with Consular Processing procedures at U.S. consulate posts in Korea and Australia.
Attorney Lee particularly specializes in reapplications for denied visas at U.S. consular posts overseas, and the National Interest Waiver for medical doctors and engineering professors. He has represented many doctors, professors and entrepreneurs in Korea through law firms and immigration companies in that nation.
He also provides services in corporate law such as contract review, preparation and negotiation, and due diligence investigations. He worked at an international corporate law firm in Korea.
He is also an in-house lawyer of the Korean Military Martial Arts Association and a director of the Korea Association for Kickboxing Organizations, and provides EB-1 services to many sports professionals in Korea.
National Interest Waiver
EB-1, EB-2, EB-3, and EB-5 Immigrant Visas
H1-B, E-1/E-2, B-1/B-2 and O-1 Nonimmigrant Visas
Waiver Against Inadmissibility
LL.B./BA, University of Auckland, New Zealand
LL.M., Touro College Jacob D. Fuchsberg Law Center
Attorney at Law of New York
Legal Practitioners of New South Wales, Australia
Solicitor/Barrister of New Zealand
Affiliations and Activities:
Member of the American Immigration Lawyers Association
Representing Attorney of the Korean Military Martial Arts Association
Director of Korea Association for Kickboxing Organizations
Fluent in English, Korean and French (both written and spoken)