Samuel A. Sue, III, Esq. was born in South Carolina and grew up in North Carolina, son of Dr. Samuel A. Sue, Jr. He graduated from Wake Forest University and American University with a Master's in International Affairs with an emphasis in Latin Studies before graduating from Thomas Jefferson Law School in San Diego. After earning his law degree, Dr. Sue returned to Thomas Jefferson Law School to teach international issues and worked in the private sector as a licensed investor broker and an associate with one of San Diego's finest trust & estate law firms. He also continued studying international tax law, eventually earning his LLM in international taxation and recently earned his Doctor Of Juridical Science (JSD), also in international taxation focusing on foreign governments' application of U.S. FATCA regs. and OECD norms. Dr. Sue is licensed to practice law in California, Nevada, and North Carolina. Currently, he specializes in business immigration as well as Estates & Trusts. He has provided financial planning and estate planning direction to scores of families, securing their assets for future generations.He has also helped immigrants from many countries of the world receive status, permanent residence, citizenship - whatever immigration benefits the law allows with strong representation.
J. Elle Cox, Esq. is focused on family immigration law, employment/investor immigration, and removal defense. She graduated cum laude from J. Reuben Clark School of Law, Brigham Young University and clerked for the Chief Justice of the Federal District Court Of Utah before moving to Korea and taking a Foreign Legal Consultant position at Kim & Chang, the largest Asian law firm, where she managed international corporate issues and transactions, with a focus on corporate, employment and environmental issues related to international corporate activities. She returned to the United States to work in New York City with a corporate law firm where she represented diplomats and corporate executives on immigration issues, then worked for years in Las Vegas representing foreign clients in business immigration, removal, and family matters. She is licensed nationwide to represent immigration clients, based on her Utah bar license. During her practice, she has helped international companies establish presence in the US and obtain immigration benefits for their foreign national personnel; she's assisted many students get professional and work status to continue living and working in the U.S.; and she assisted numerous families get immigration benefits for their loved ones so they can stay together in the United States. She has written for the ABA, employment section, as well as Matthew Bender/ Lexis Nexis, BNA, and Watson & Wyatt on foreign / employment issues. She also writes reviews of all immigration cases coming out of the Federal Courts for ILC on a daily basis, which are published for immigration, criminal, employment, and family attorneys nationwide.