U. S. IMMIGRATION LAW SERVICES FROM WANGLAW
FOR INTERNATIONAL INVESTORS:
In recognition of changing international financial and economic conditions, since October 1, 1991, the United States Immigration and
Naturalization Act (INA) had been amended to allow business people who invest in the United States to obtain permanent residence
status (Green Card) and eventual United States citizenship. Under this immigration statute, permanent residence can be granted to
qualified investors through the employment based fifth preference (EB-5 Visa) without going through the tedious, competitive, and
uncertain process of labor certification. Charleston C. K. Wang, Attorney at Law, is available to assist business owners and
investors who are planning to set-up and conduct business inside the United States, and who happen to be also interested in
obtaining permanent residence in the U.S. He will provide legal counsel starting with the I-526, continuing with the creation of the
on-going commercial enterprise, and through the issuance of permanent residence status to the investor, and upon election, the
application for and conferment of United States Citizenship.
FOR MORE INFORMATION ON THE EB-5 VISA, CLICK HERE.
FOR OTHER IMMIGRANTS & TRAVELERS
Mr. Wang will also provide counsel and assistance in most other immigration law matters and procedures, including family
sponsored and employment based immigration, temporary visas, temporary workers, asylum/refugee protection, and administrative
and judicial review.
FOR MORE INFORMATION ON U. S. IMMIGRATION & NATIONALITY LAW, CLICK HERE.
BUSINESS AND PERSONAL LEGAL REPRESENTATION FROM WANGLAW
COUNSEL FOR BUSINESSES
From 1988-1996, Mr. Charleston Wang served as Vice President and General Counsel to Environmental Enterprises Incorporated,
Cincinnati, Ohio. In that capacity, he gained broad and practical experience in general corporate matters, with emphasis on the
management of legal issues within a U. S. business organization, including employment law, regulatory and administrative
compliance in a highly regulated industry (treatment, storage, disposal, and transportation of hazardous waste, environmental
remediation and emergency response), and management of litigation. For 8 years prior to Environmental Enterprises Incorporated,
Mr Wang was engaged in the Federal government, within the U. S. Occupational Safety & Health Administration (OSHA) and the
National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH).
In addition to immigration and nationality law, Mr. Wang provides professional legal counsel on general corporate matters, and
more specifically on matters involving OSHA, EPA, environmental, workplace safety and health, worker's compensation,
administrative law, corporations, business contracts and transactions, employer-employee relations, and international business
(especially Malaysia, Singapore, Taiwan, China, and the Asia-America Pacific Rim).
COUNSEL FOR INDIVIDUALS & FAMILIES
WANGLAW also provides legal counsel and representation in personal matters such as family law, domestic relations, litigation of a
personal nature, including personal injury from negligence, automobile accidents, injury on real property, and other tort claims
requiring jury trial.
FOR MORE INFORMATION ON BUSINESS AND PERSONAL LAW, CLICK HERE.
Charleston C. K. Wang, Esquire
Since 1982, Mr. Wang has been a member of the Bar of the State of Ohio. He is also admitted to practice
before the United States District Court for Southern Ohio and Eastern Kentucky and to the United States Court
of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit and before other courts by leave pro hac vice. He is admitted to practice
immigration law before the United States Immigrations Courts, the Board of Immigration Appeals and may
represent clients before all the bureaus and agencies of the U. S. Department of Homeland Security. To read
statement of qualifications, click here.
Of Counsel: Mary Joan Reutter, Esquire
Mary Joan Reutter earned her law degree from the University of Cincinnati College of Law where she served
on the editorial staff of the Human Rights Quarterly. She holds a Masters of Arts in Linguistics from
the University of Michigan. Her Bachelors degree is in English and German from the University of Notre Dame.
As an attorney, Ms. Reutter devotes the majority of her practice to immigration and nationality law. She is a
member of the Bar of the State of Ohio, USA and may represent clients at all levels of Federal immigration
proceedings, before all courts and agencies of the state of Ohio and in other jurisdictions by leave pro hac
vice. Ms. Reutter is of counsel to Mr. Wang.
Attorneys & Counselors-at-Law
Charleston C. K. Wang, Esq.
Of Counsel: Mary Joan Reutter, Esq.
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