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About Xiaojie

Xiaojie (Marta) Meng is a licensed attorney in the state of California. Marta has extensive immigration experience serving a diverse array of clients, including multi-national corporations, small businesses, and individuals from all walks of life. She has counseled and successfully represented clients in multiple areas of immigration law, including employment-based immigrant and non-immigrant petitions, family-based immigrant petitions, VAWA applications, Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, naturalization, and discretionary waivers. Marta's current practice focuses primarily on business/employment-based immigration (EB-1/EB-2/EB-3), investment-based immigration (EB-5), non-immigrant work petitions (L1/H1b/O1/E), and immigration aspects of company compliance (I-9/E-verify). Committed to public interest, Marta serves as a volunteer attorney at the SCCLA monthly pro bono legal clinic. Marta is a member of the American Immigration Lawyer Association (AILA), the Los Angeles County Bar Association (LACBA), the Asian Pacific American Bar Association (APABA), and the Southern California Chinese Lawyers Association (SCCLA). Marta is also a committee member of Fudan University Alumni Association of Southern California.

work Experience

Wilner & O'reilly, Aplc Jan. 1, 2012 - Jan. 1, 2013
Law Clerk

Law Offices of Deacon Zhang Jan. 1, 2013 - Jan. 1, 2015
Associate Attorney

Song & Meng, PC Jan. 1, 2015 - Current

school Education

Fudan University - 2008
LL.B - Bachelor of Laws

Fudan University - 2011
LL.M - Master of Laws

UC Berkeley SOL Boalt Hall - 2012
LL.M - Master of Laws


International Legal Fellowship Award
Jones Day

Baker & McKenzie Scholarship
Baker & McKenzie


Member; Volunteer Attorney
Southern California Chinese Lawyers Association
2012 - Current

State Bar of California
2012 - Current

American Immigration Lawyers Association
2015 - Current

import_contactsPublished Works

Matter of Z-A- Policy Memo: How Many Employees Must an L1 Manager Supervise?

Do You Break the Law by Requiring Workers to Present a Green Card?
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