A. Mina Tran is an immigration attorney who has practiced law for more than 18 years. A founding partner of Palmer & Tran, Attorney Tran now focuses her entire practice on immigration law and is now the managing and practicing as Tran Law Group.
She has been a speaker on immigration law, workers’ compensation, and small business management matters at UCLA School of Law and Whittier Law School. She has also been a guest panelist at numerous EB-5 seminars including those put on by EB5Investors.com, the EB-5 Institute, and the Los Angeles County Bar Association. Attorney Tran has also served as Immigration Law and Business Legal Environment courses at Santa Ana College as an adjunct professor. She has also lectured on immigration business visas at California State University, Los Angeles.
Fluent in Vietnamese, Attorney Tran immigrated to the U.S. with her family at a young age as a refugee from Vietnam. She earned her undergraduate degree from Boston College, where she graduated with honors and earned her law degree from UCLA School of Law. Before dedicating her practice solely to immigration law, Attorney Tran concentrated on employment and fair housing law and worked on class action torts against public and private defendants.
Attorney Tran helped establish the Hollywood Regional Center and served as its Director overseeing EB5 operations and services. As an immigration attorney, she has represented both businesses and projects looking for EB5 investors as well as EB5 investors investing in direct or Regional Center projects.