Founder and Immigrant: Micol Mion
Micol Mion is the founder of EB-5 Global Ventures and Immigration Solutions LLC. She holds a B.A., M.S., J.D. M.A., LLM, M.A. degrees from Harvard University, Brandeis University, Boston University, Northeastern University and City University of New York. Micol was educated in five different countries—Italy, Switzerland, England, Mexico and the U.S.-- from the age of 13.
Micol has an entrepreneurial spirit since she grew up in an industrialist-textile Italian family. She has been practicing exclusively Immigration law for a decade and has gained numerous awards for her performance.
She is a member of the Massachusetts Bar since 2006, as well as a member of the Massachusetts Federal Bar, the First Circuit of Appeals and a member of the American Immigration Lawyers Association.
A native of Italy, Micol is fluent in English, Italian, Spanish and Portuguese and has working proficiency in French.
Associate: Nashrah Rahman
Nashrah Rahman received her J.D., cum laude, from Suffolk University Law School and is a member of Massachusetts and New York Bar.
In addition, Nashrah has experience in the international criminal and migration fields. She worked at an international criminal tribunal where she conducted substantive legal research on international and domestic criminal laws, and helped draft a paper on the prosecution of sexual violence during war time. She also worked at an international migration organization where she assisted in the coordination of the organization’s humanitarian efforts on the ground during the 2011 Libyan crisis.
She holds a B.A., cum laude, in Economics, and International and Global Studies with a minor in Politics from Brandeis University. She received Honors for her undergraduate thesis on the impact of the 2011 Egyptian Revolution on Egyptian migration.
A native of Bangladesh, Nashrah is fluent in English and Bangla. She also has oral proficiency in Hindi and Urdu.
Of Counsel: Jeanney Lee
Jeanney Lee is an Associate whose practice primarily focuses on both business-related immigration and family-related immigration. Jeannney also has experience in international business, intellectual property, and criminal fields.
Jeanney graduated from Suffolk University Law School in 2007, with concentration in international law. She studied international law courses in Lund University Law School in Sweden.
During law school, Jeanney was a Rappaport Fellow in 2006 where she researched policies of domestic violence. She served as the president of Asian Pacific American Law Students Association (APALSA) in 2006-2007. Jeanney participated in Suffolk Prosecutors clinic where she represented the Commonwealth of Massachusetts in criminal cases.
After graduation from law school, she worked as an Assistant State Attorney in Miami, where she prosecuted criminal cases from arraignment to trial.
Jeannney was recruited to work as a foreign legal consultant in Korea and, during her time in Korea, she successfully established a new special purpose company for a medical hotel in Dubai in collaboration with the U.A.E. government. She was in charge of issues relating to issues of licensing, copyright, trademark and all international commercial contracts.
Prior to law school, Jeanney majored in international political science and minored in Asian Studies at Sewanee, the University of the South where she also worked as a case manager for Bridge Refugee Services helping newly settled refugees with community orientation, referral to Public assistance services, and self-sufficiency plan.
Law Clerk: Effie Zhang
Effie obtained her J.D. from Boston University School of Law.
During her second year in law school, Effie participated in Boston University’s Immigration Clinic, where she represented clients seeking Special Immigrant Juvenile Status and asylum. In particular, Effie won the asylum case for her client, which involved multiple expert witnesses and a remand from the Board of Immigration Appeals.
Effie also has interests in litigation and tax law. She interned at Harvard Legal Aid Bureau where she represented indigent clients in divorce proceedings. She also interned with Massachusetts Department of Revenue where she conducted legal research and assisted litigation on a number of corporate tax cases.
Effie holds a B.A., magna cum laude, from George Washington University in International Affairs with a concentration in International Economics.
A native of Beijing, China, Effie is fluent in Mandarin and English.