Serving Boston, MA:

Alan Lee, Esq.

Alan Lee, Esq.
  • Serving Boston, MA
  • 408 Eighth Avenue, Suite 5A, New York, NY 10001
  • Alan Lee's law practice exclusively deals in the area of U.S. Immigration and Nationality laws and he has practiced this exclusively for 30+ years.
  • Peer Reviews 5.0/5.0
    Peer Reviews
    5.0/5.0
    Client Reviews 100% Recommended 57 Reviews

About our New York, NY office

Welcome to the immigration web site of Alan Lee, Esq.!

We hope that the information provided here will prove to be interesting and helpful to you. The articles and questions and answers will change periodically and reflect the spectrum of issues which run across the field of immigration law. Visa charts will be updated monthly.

Office Details

Contact Information:
212-564-9496  Phone
212-268-1679  Fax
www.alanleelaw.com
Mailing Address:
408 Eighth Avenue, Suite 5A, New York, NY 10001
Office Size:
1
Year Established:
1982
Languages:
Chinese and English.
State Bar Summary:

New York Bar & Ohio Bar.

Areas of Practice (2)

Specific Areas of Practice for our New York office:

  • US Immigration Law
  • Immigration and Naturalization

People (1)

Peer Reviews

  • 5.0/5.0

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