Yun Jung Yang
Yun Jung Yang is the Managing Partner of Law Offices of Yun Jung Yang, LLC, a Silver Spring, Maryland-based boutique firm specialized in the practice of immigration law. Ms. Yang has more than two decades of experience providing immigration-related legal counsel to domestic and foreign companies and to foreign investors. She has also helped thousands of foreign nationals navigate the roads to residency and naturalization in the United States. Recognized for her extensive knowledge of this area of law, Ms. Yang has been invited to speak on immigration matters at numerous international and domestic forums.
In addition to her work in immigration law, Ms. Yang serves as co-counsel with attorneys throughout the Maryland, District of Columbia and Virginia in other areas of law, including business, civil, criminal, employment, trust & estate planning, family, patent and trademark, personal injury, real estate, and taxation.
Ms. Yang is active in the community and currently serves as a Commissioner for the Maryland Commission for Women, Vice-Chair of the American Red Cross – National Diversity Advisory Council, Vice-President of the National Unification Advisory Council of The Republic of Korea, and Executive VP for the Korean American Women’s Society. She served as a Commissioner for the Maryland Governors Commission of Asian Pacific American Affairs (2011-2015), President of the Korean American Women’s Chamber of Commerce (2011-2012), and Commissioner on the Montgomery County Commission for Women (2002-2008). As a Commissioner, Ms. Yang focused on raising awareness of the special needs of immigrant women to policy makers and service providers in the State of Maryland and Montgomery County. In 2006, she was awarded the Women of Achievement Award by the Montgomery County Business & Professional Women. From 2002 through 2003, Ms. Yang served as a Legal Advisor to the Washington, D.C. office of KOTRA (Korea Trade Center).
Ms. Yang received her J.D. from Howard University School of Law and is admitted to practice law in Maryland and the District of Columbia. She is fluent in English and Korean.