Kristy Qiu has helped thousands of individuals with their immigration and bankruptcy issues since the beginning of her practice. Through her practice, she has helped numerous families to stay together and stay afloat in the toughest time of their lives. Kristy takes cases on a regular basis from various legal aid and pro bono clinics and she offers a discount to active and past service members as well as law enforcement personnel.
- Free Consultation
- Credit Cards Accepted
We accept all major credit cards. However, we cannot accept credit cards for clients seeking help with bankruptcy or insolvency.
- Rates, Retainers and Additional Information
We offer competitive legal fees and we have payment plans available for clients that qualify.
- New Jersey
- Chinese: Spoken, Written
- French: Spoken
- Spanish: Spoken, Written
- University of Miami
- LL.M. (2010)
- The Florida Bar # 0084584
- New Jersey State Bar # 02627-2009
- - Current
- MENSA # 100131344
- - Current
- Bankruptcy Website
- Immigration Website
- Could “birthright citizenship” be taken away from U.S. born children of illegal immigrants or non-resident aliens
15 September 2015
- Can I obtain permanent residence with an H1B visa
24 August 2015
- What does it mean for Cubans seeking refuse or asylum in the US after the US Embassy reopens in Cuba
9 August 2015
- What is the Department of Homeland Security
17 July 2015
- What are the Basics of US Immigration Law
10 July 2015
- What is Temporary Protective Status (TPS)
2 July 2015
- Q. Will there be any problem if I go back to my country without paying?
- A: Not paying your debt will not follow you back to your home country when you leave the US. However, when you do not pay a debt, your creditors will most likely bring a legal action against you in court and once they have a judgment against you the judgment will be valid for the next 20 years. If you have assets in the US they can put a lien and seize the asset. If you decide to return to the US and start working again at any point they can garnish your wages.