Ui Jun Suk is the founder of U.S. Law Group. Suk is a member of the North American Immigration Attorney’s Association and has extensive experience specializing in Immigration Law.
Before founding U.S. Law Group, Suk was a partner at another Chicago based law firm handling immigration through employment cases, as well as family based immigration cases. Suk interned at Cook County Court’s Commercial Division Court, which is the largest court system in the State of Illinois. While Suk was attending law school, he participated as a student attorney for the Tax Clinic.
Additionally, while Suk studied law at the University of Valparaiso on a scholarship, he achieved “Semester Honors”, “Class Honors” in his Legal Writing class, and graduated Magna Cum Laude. He also attended the Business School of St. Louis University on a scholarship and completed his Masters in International Business.
*Ui Jun Suk is fluent in English and Korean.
Joo Young Han is an Attorney at U.S. Law Group specializing in immigration through employment cases. He has been with U.S. Law Group from his law school years when he worked as an intern.
Before joining U.S. Law Group, Han completed his law degree at the University of Valparaiso and received “Semester Honors”, “Class Honors”, and graduated Cum Laude. Han then passed the Illinois Bar Exam and acquired his State of Illinois Law License.
Han spent most of his youth years abroad in countries such as England, Hong Kong, and Germany, and the English language came naturally for him. After returning to Korea, Han earned a law degree at Ah Joo University and then completed his Masters in International Studies at Ko Ryo University. Afterwards, he went on to work for LG’s PR Team dealing mainly with the overseas foreign press, and soon after he left for the United States to attend law school.
*Joo Young Han is fluent in English and Korean.
Jessica Lee specializes in National Interest Waiver cases.
Lee graduated Cum Laude from Boston University and from Case Western Reserve University School of Law. After graduation, she interned at a private immigration law firm. During her law school years, Lee worked as a legal intern for the Case Western Reserve University Law Clinic, Civil Litigation & Mediation Clinic; worked as a law clerk for the Illinois Attorney General’s Office; and also worked as a Judicial extern for Magistrate Judge R. Stephen Whalen. Prior to law school, Lee worked as a grant writer at TechMission, Inc. through AmeriCorps*VISTA.
Originally from Hawaii, Jessica Taba earned her bachelor’s from the University of Hawaii and her law degree from the William S. Richardson School of Law. Following graduation in 2010, she clerked for the Honorable Judge Virginia Lea Crandall of the First Circuit Court of the State of Hawaii on the civil calendar. Taba then served as a Deputy Prosecuting Attorney with the City and County of Honolulu where she prosecuted traffic crimes, domestic violence misdemeanor jury trials, confidential juvenile cases, and felony trials.
In 2016, Taba moved to Chicago where she worked for an employment discrimination firm before becoming interested in immigration law and took a contract position with a U.S. Department of Labor contractor processing labor certifications for temporary work visas. Taba then returned to practicing as the sole associate for a small, multiservice Chicago immigration firm before joining US Law Group in 2019.
Akbar H. Jaffery joined US Law Group as an Immigration Attorney in 2022. He was born and raised in the suburbs of Chicago and graduated from the University of Illinois at Chicago (UIC) in 2018 with a degree in Political Science. He then attended DePaul University College of Law where he received his J.D. in 2021. Jaffery also earned a certificate in International and Comparative Law while at DePaul. Throughout law school, Jaffery studied immigration law, including refugee and asylum law, and interned at a law firm in Chicago specializing in family-based immigration. At US Law Group, Jaffery focuses on employment-based immigration, and the National Interest Waiver in particular.
Trey Holloway graduated from Oklahoma State University with a Bachelor’s of Chemical Engineering and worked briefly as an engineer before attending Washington University School of Law. Trey worked in WashU’s Entrepreneurship & Intellectual Property Clinic and interned at law firms in Tulsa, Oklahoma and St. Louis, Missouri before moving to Chicago and joining U.S. Law Group in 2022.
Trey is admitted to the USPTO Patent Bar and specializes in National Interest Waiver cases involving scientific researchers. *Trey is fluent in English and CEFR A2/B1 proficient in Spanish.