Friday, July 17, 2015

Introduction and Welcome!

Hello and welcome!  My name is William Yun.  I am an attorney, and I primarily practice immigration law as well as estate planning and litigation.  I am based out of Torrance, California but serve all of the Southern California area.  I received my law degree from University of California, Hastings College of the Law, and B.A. from U.C. Berkeley.

I started this blog to reach out to those interested in the latest immigration and estate planning related news.  The laws change frequently and can be complicated, so hopefully I can help with some useful information as you navigate your immigration journey or as you learn more about estate planning.

To start, I thought I would keep it simple and start with the basics.  Although I have been fortunate to help many individuals and families with a variety of immigration cases, most frequently I am asked about the immigration and/or adjustment of status process for immediate relatives of U.S. citizens. I believe the best client is an informed and involved client, so I would direct you to U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services' (USCIS) website.  USCIS's website has a wealth of information which can be straightforward for some to navigate, but understandably daunting to others.  No matter what category you fall under, it never hurts to take a look at the primary source and be generally informed. It's also important that you don't go to websites pretending to be USCIS - pay close attention to the website address (USCIS's website will always include ".gov" - if not, you are probably looking at a business website trying to imitate USCIS).  Below is the direct link to the USCIS page which has general information about family members of US Citizens and what processes are available for those family members to receive immigration benefits.

If you have any questions or want to talk about the immigration process for you or your family member, please feel free to contact me at or 323-863-3414.  Best of luck!

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