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Dallas, TX Immigration Attorney

Full Service Immigration Lawyer Serving Texas

Attorney Jae Lee immigrated to the United States from South Korea as a child, an experience that instilled in him the desire to serve the country and the people that welcomed him and his family. After serving in the U.S. Army and working in the private sector, Mr. Lee entered the practice of law to focus on helping other individuals and families to achieve their dreams of coming to the United States.

Every year, tens of thousands of foreign nationals come to America for a nearly endless variety of reasons. Many thousands more join waiting lists to get the visas they need to enter the United States legally. If you are trying to immigrate to the U.S. or to sponsor a family member's legal entry, it is important to work closely with an experienced attorney who knows the U.S. immigration system well. American immigration laws are extremely complicated and notoriously unforgiving, but the team at the Law Office of Jae Lee understands the regulations and policies and how to navigate the required processes.

As an immigrant himself, Attorney Jae Lee understands the challenges that immigrants and their families often face as they look to build new lives in the United States. With this in mind, we will work with you from the very beginning to analyze your needs and identify the documents you will need to reach your goals. We will also help you prepare the necessary applications and supporting documentation to give you the best chance of having your petition approved. Our goal is to help you and your family enjoy the opportunities and freedoms that come with living in the United States.

Free Consultations for Your Immigration Needs

Our firm has office locations in Dallas and Plano. Call 214-295-3014 for a free consultation with Mr. Lee today.

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We Can Process Your Case Remotely

Thanks to advances in technology, the Law Office of Jae Lee can process most cases without having to meet in person. We will do our best to make the process as simple and fast as possible. As your case moves along, you will have access to our attorney via phone, text, or email so that you can have your questions answered as they arise.

01Complete an online questionnaire to determine what applications and documentation are needed.
02Upload all requested documents and information to our Client Portal.
03Completed forms will be mailed to you for your signature with a postage-paid return envelope.
04Our attorney will review your case and submit your completed application to USCIS.


At the Law Office of Jae Lee, we understand the United States of America is a country comprised of immigrants from all over the world and their descendants. However, we also recognize the challenges that many immigrants face in their quest to enter and remain in the U.S. legally. The immigration process can quickly become confusing and overwhelming, especially in cases where language barriers exist, but our team is equipped to help clients manage all of their most challenging immigration concerns.

Why Hire an Immigration Attorney?

The laws that govern the process of immigrating to the United States are very complicated, and they are constantly being amended and updated. Making a mistake on an immigration-related application could result in delays of many months or a denial of the application. By working with an experienced immigration lawyer, you can give yourself or your loved one the best chance of having your application approved.

Family-Based Immigration

It is understandable that foreign-born U.S. citizens would want their family members to join them in America. At our firm, we help citizens with sponsoring family-based immigration applications for their loved ones abroad. We can also help U.S. citizens obtain fiancé visas in compliance with U.S. immigration laws.

Waivers of Inadmissibility

In some cases, there are reasons that a foreign national might be found to be inadmissible or ineligible for legal entry to the United States. This can even happen if the foreign national is already in America. In such cases, it may be possible to obtain a Waiver of Inadmissibility, and our team is equipped to help you or your loved one do so.

Green Cards

Getting a Green Card—formally known as “lawful permanent resident status”—means that you are allowed to live and work in the United States for the rest of your life. It is also an important step on the path toward citizenship. At our firm, we help clients apply for and obtain Green Cards through several processing options, including:


A lawful permanent resident of the United States can apply for full citizenship through naturalization. This means that once you have your Green Card, you can submit an application to obtain all of the rights, responsibilities, and responsibilities that come with being a U.S. citizen. Let us help you take the final step in the immigration process.

Law Office of Jae Lee

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