Amanda S. Chang
Ms. Amanda S. Chang is Of Counsel to the firm and practices in the area of immigration law.
Ms. Chang has extensive experience in assisting clients with immigration issues including Naturalization/Citizenship, Green Card Applications, Work, Investor and Business Visas, Family Immigration and U.S. Embassy Matters.
Prior to practicing law, Ms. Chang was a licensed real estate broker and facilitated real estate sales, contracts, research, analysis, and client management. She also taught middle and high schools in Hawaii.
She is very active in community service including service as the Chair of the Hawaii Korean Cultural Center, and a board member of The Syngman Rhee Society, National Unification Advisory Council, and Korean American Bar Association Hawaii. She has also held active roles in Project Dana (providing social service support for the elderly and disabled), and Domestic Violence Action Center.
She is fluent in Korean and conversant in Japanese.
Associations & Memberships
Hawaii State Bar Association
American Bar Association
American Immigration Lawyers Association, a part of the American Bar Association
Hawaii Chapter of the American Immigration Lawyers Association
Hawaii State Bar (2000)
J.D. (2000), William S. Richardson School of Law, University of Hawaii
M. Ed (2000) in Educational Foundations, University of Hawaii
Certificate in Ethnics Studies (1990) (Korean/Japanese focus), University of Hawaii
Bachelor in Japanese Language & Literature, (1989) University of Hawaii