Michael F. Eng, Founder (Retired)
Michael F. Eng is the founder of the ﬁrm and its former Senior Partner. Mr. Eng received his law degree from UCLA and practiced exclusively immigration and nationality law since 1975. A recognized authority in the ﬁeld of immigration and citizenship, Mr. Eng has represented over 20,000 businesses and aliens in the ﬁelds of health care, computer science, engineering, accounting, scientiﬁc and medical research, nursing, religious non-proﬁts, music, teaching, academic research, law, medicine. He also maintained a large practice involving family immigration.
Mr. Eng has distinguished himself as the co-author of the First Edition of Immigration Law and Defense, published by Clark Boardman Callaghan. He has also authored numerous articles in the Los Angeles Times and other publications. Mr. Eng was a longtime member of the American Immigration Lawyers Association and has chaired a panel on health care professionals at its annual convention. He has appeared on television stations ABC, NBC, CBS, and on KNX and KFWB radio as a leading authority on immigration issues. He was awarded the 1997 Angel Island Award for his leadership in the area of immigration and nationality issues and has taught courses at UCLA. Mr. Eng was a longtime member of the Los Angeles County Bar Association and is admitted to practice before the United States Supreme Court, the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals, where he has appeared to make oral arguments, and the state courts of Hawaii.