A graduate of University of Houston Law Center of 1996,
Attorney Stewart Lin has a unique background
and a great reputation in the field of legal practice. Licensed
to practice law in both the States of Texas and New York,
Mr. Lin also earned an LL.M. in international banking law
from Boston University in 1992. Originally from Taiwan,
he has a Bachelor of Law degree from National Cheng-Chi
University of Taipei, Taiwan.
Between 1990 and 1991, Mr. Lin worked for the Taipei office of Malleson Stephen
Jacque, an Australia-based law firm ranked top-ten worldwide in terms of numbers
of attorneys, principally in the area of international law and investment. Between
1997 and 1998, Mr. Lin practiced in the law firm of Lawson, Weiss, & Danziger
located at downtown Houston. He is an associate attorney of Mr. Kristopher Ahn,
former Assistant Attorney for the City of Houston, for three years, and in 2001
established Stewart Lin & Associates at our present address. In late 2002,
Mr. Lin and Mr. Alfred Valdez formed Lin & Valdez L.L.P., and is now the
managing partner of Lin & Valdez.
A prominent legal column writer for several newspapers and served as the president
for the Houston Chinese Chamber of Commerce between 2000 and 2001, Mr. Lin is
famous for his ability in analyzing complicate matters. In addition to representing
clients in their immigration applications to the Service Centers and District
Offices of INS, Mr. Lin also has far-reaching experience representing clients
in immigration and civil courts.
Attorney Stewart Lin’s practice areas focus on employment-based immigration
for E, H, L, O, J status, labor certificate, alien of extraordinary ability
(first preference), and national interest waiver application. He also practices
extensively in court representation in removal and deportation matters, civil
trial, and estate planning.