He received his B.A. from Duke University and his J.D. from Temple University″s Beasley School of Law. He has studied law in the United States, Japan, and England, including International and Human Rights Law at Oxford University. Prior to attending law school he worked under the guidance of a Pro Bono Award winning immigration attorney in North Carolina.
After he earned his Juris Doctorate degree and before he moved to Atlanta, he worked in a Manhattan-based law firm in New York City. For over half a decade, he has handled some of the most complex immigration cases and helped countless Fortune 500 corporate executives, university professors, engineers, physicians, scientists, artists and musicians, and professionals from across the world achieved their American dream, professionals affiliated with major global institutions and corporations.
He specialized in handling employment-base immigrant and nonimmigrant petitions including O-1 visa petitions for aliens with extraordinary ability; I-140 EB-1 petitions for aliens with extraordinary ability, outstanding professors and researchers; and I-140 EB-2 petitions for aliens with exceptional ability in the national interest and alien with advanced degree in the national interest.
Quan is also the Managing Editor of Impact Times magazine, the author of an internationally recognized novel, Siren′s Silence, and the author of an immigration and travel handbook, Handbook for Immigrants: Visas, Lawyers & Resources. He has been featured in the High Beam Encyclopedia, Radio Stations, MBR: Small Press Bookwatch, The Writers Network News, The Mid-South Tribune, and more. Currently, he is preparing for the publication of his third book, Blood for Rice. To order a copy of Quan′s immigration and travel handbook, visit www.impacttimes.com. Quan may be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org.