We are a law practice devoted exclusively to immigration and we have a proven track record based upon 20 years of experience and success. Our unstinting dedication to our clients and their cases is complemented by superlative writing skills and meticulous attention to research.
We pride ourselves on a personalized service with an emphasis on accessibility. With Japanese, Korean and Chinese-speaking translation and interpretation available we meet the needs of an international client base and our hassle free consultations are conducted in person as well as via email, phone and Skype.
We have built a strong and reliable network of associates in the immigration field worldwide, particularly in Australia and Asia, thus we are able to assist with outbound immigration to those countries.
Our practice covers the full range of immigrant and non-immigrant visas, to the United States including Green Cards (Permanent Residence), Naturalization and Work Visas.
Jane Orgel was born in Ireland and lived, studied and worked in the UK and Middle East before moving to the United States.
She obtained a BA in Political Science from Columbia University in New York in 1993, and a JD from Rutgers University in New Jersey in 1997. She is admitted to the bars of the States of New York and New Jersey and the United States District Courts of New York and New Jersey.
She was selected to Super Lawyers for 2019.
Rongrong Jing was admitted to the Bar of New York in March, 2020. She joined Jane Orgel P.C. in September 2019. She was born and raised in China. Rongrong received a Juris Doctor degree from Chicago-Kent College of Law in Chicago, IL in 2019. She received her bachelor’s degree in Applied Economics from University of Minnesota in 2015. She hopes to help more and more remarkable talents continue to contribute richly to various fields in the United States. She is fluent in English and Mandarin.
Michelle Myunghwa Park was born and raised in South Korea. She received her bachelor’s degree in Law from Korea University in 2013 followed by a master’s program (completion) from Korea Graduate School of Law. In 2016, Michelle received an LL.M. degree from Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law in New York. She joined Jane Orgel P.C. in December 2018 after working in both immigration and art law. She believes and appreciates artists’ creative contribution to the world and is actively involved in protecting artists’ rights. She is fluent in English and Korean.
Noah Klug graduated from Fordham University School of Law in 2007 and has over ten years’ experience in business immigration with a focus on L and E visas. He regularly gives lectures and presentations at professional conferences.