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Linda Liang

Linda Liang

  • Immigration Law, Trademarks, Arbitration & Mediation...
  • California
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Summary

Attorney Linda Liang was licensed to practice law in US and in China. Attorney Liang earned her Bachelor Degree from Huazhong University of China. Attorney Liang also received her MBA degree from Utah State University. Prior to joining the firm, Attorney Liang worked for several international companies. Attorney Liang was in charge of both legal affairs and business development, In addition, she also practiced with a local Shanghai law firm in the field of corporation and transaction laws. Attorney Liang's major fields of practice include all aspect of immigration such as removal, Labor Certification, National Interest Waiver, Alien of Extraordinary Ability, Outstanding Researcher, H-1B, L and O Nonimmigrant working visas. Since joining the firm, Attorney Liang has successfully handled numerous cases with tough intent to revoke, RFEs. Attorney Liang's strong commitment to clients springs from her own immigrant background, which gives her the ability to treat each case with empathy and compassion, as though it were her own. Her detail-oriented and professional nature is complemented by her personal touch, as Attorney Liang is always accessible and quick in responding to client needs. To contact Attorney Liang, please email her at attorney@lindaliangandassociates.com.

Practice Areas
  • Immigration Law
  • Trademarks
  • Arbitration & Mediation
  • Bankruptcy
  • Business Law
  • Intellectual Property
  • International Law
  • Tax Law
Fees
  • Free Consultation
    I give free phone consultation. If there is need for in person consultation, the fee will be $150 and will be waived from legal service fee once our firm is hired.
  • Credit Cards Accepted
Jurisdictions Admitted to Practice
California
Languages
  • English: Spoken, Written
Professional Experience
Managing Attorney
Linda Liang and Associates
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Education
Utah State University
MBA (2002)
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Certifications
Certified Family Law Mediator
17th Circuit Broward County Florida
Websites & Blogs
Website
Attorney Linda Liang' Blog
Blog
Business Immigration
Legal Answers
31 Questions Answered

Q. Can I sue a hotel website for having my photo posted on it without my permission?
A: If they use your photo for a profit, yes.
Q. What happens when an adjudicator approves a petition and a second adjudicator sends a NOID on an identical petition?
A: Its like two people would have different opinions on one identical case even given the same frame work to consider. Immigration cases are not like mechanic system where with one input one may expect the output. That's why you need lawyers to make argument for you.
Q. Need attorney!!! This is the final situation.
A: You can give us a call at 9548925517 to discuss more.
Q. We have a signed contract for replacement of windows in our home. At the removal of the old windows, a small amount of
A: Yes, you are legally entitled to this information if the term of repair is outside the scope of service stipulated in the contract.
Q. Do I need to file an exemption for wage garnishment if the wrong SS# was used in the original judgment?
A: Whoever made the mistake should correct it. I don't think you should pay to get it corrected.
Q. I had to turn-away moving company due to last minute price increase. What options do I have for recouping any deposit?
A: You didn't mention any fact about paying deposit. Did you pay? If you did, you may ask them back arguing unjust enrichment. Did you sign any agreement? It's easier to argue if you have recorded the deal.
Q. My husband & his aunt were deeded a house in MD upon his mother's death over a year and half ago.
A: You said they went for closing but transfer of money was not made. Does that mean the closing didn't occur? I.e, the deed was not delivered? The bottomline is that if the ownership did not shift before your husband passed away, the court might hold that his share passes to your aunt.
Q. If I push the boundaries of branding infringement can criminal charges be pursued or just civil damages?
A: Copyright infringement cases are generally civil.
Q. Our business got raided with search and seizure warrant for alleged illegal gambling. No detailed inventory list left.
A: You should work with your attorney to resolve this.
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2255 Glades Road
Boca Raton, FL 33431
USA
Toll-Free: (877) 657-5407
Telephone: (954) 892-5517
Fax: (866) 920-7859
Linda Liang & Associates
8201 Peters Road Suite 1000
Plantation, FL 33324
USA
Telephone: (954) 892-5517 Ext. 8925517