Catherine Jiang is an immigration attorney. Jiang Law Firm is a small firm with two attorneys and legal assistants based in Phoenix, Arizona, providing legal services to clients worldwide. For immigration practice, Jiang Law Firm handles both employment-based and family-based cases. Catherine Jiang lived in China, South Korea, and Great Britain before moving to the US. She studied physics and economics with a doctoral degree before finding her passion in the legal field. Catherine is licensed to practice in the State of Arizona, the State of Oregon, and the Federal District Court. She is a member of the American Immigration Lawyers Association, National Asian-Pacific American Bar Association, Global Chamber, Arizona Association for Justice, and Oregon Association for Justice. She once served as Secretary for the Immigration Law Section, State Bar of Arizona, and Secretary for International Law Section, State Bar of Arizona, board member for the Arizona Asian American Bar Association. She also severed the City of Mesa Redistricting Commission.
University of Arizona, James. E. Rogers College of Law, J.D. University of Birmingham, UK, Ph.D. (Economics) Seoul National University, Economics Jilin University, Physics
Arizona, Oregon, District Court of Arizona
AILA (American Immigration Lawyers Association) AZTLA(Arizona Trial Lawyers’ Association) OTLA (Oregon Trial Lawyers’ Association) NAPABA (National Asian Pacific American Bar Association) Board Member for AZ ADR Section