Qingqing Miao is a business and immigration attorney with a focus on general business and aviation transactions. She advises clients on business matters including company formation, contract drafting, dispute resolution, mergers and acquisitions, etc. Her aviation transactional practice includes providing legal assistance to clients in aircraft acquisition and sale, leasing and financing, FAA regulatory matters, etc. READ MORE
Qingqing also has extensive experience in immigration and has represented employers and foreign workers in work visa and green card petitions, including EB-1A, EB-2NIW, EB-1C, PERM, EB-5, H-1B, O-1, E-1/2, TN, and L-1.
Born and raised in China, her clients are often involved in cross-border transactions. Qingqing is particularly well-equipped to handle those involving the U.S. and China.
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Ellis, Li & McKinstry PLLC, Of Counsel (2014-2015)
Shatz Law Group PLLC, Of Counsel (2011-2014)
Peng & Weber, PLLC, Law Clerk (2010-2011)
U.S. Department of Energy, Bonneville Power Administration, Law Clerk (2008-2010)
American Immigration Lawyers Association, Washington Chapter
Asian Bar Association of Washington
Washington State Bar Association
American Bar Association
Seattle Chongqing Sister City Association, Secretary (2010-2017)
King County Bar Association, Member
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"Ones to Watch," Best Lawyers®, Corporate (2021-2022)
The Best Lawyers in America©, Corporate (2023)
“Washington Rising Star,” Thomson Reuters, Aviation & Aerospace (2022); Business/Corporate (2013-2021)
Collaborative Bar Leadership Academy (2015)
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