We regularly represent clients in immigration matters at the Law Office of Jae Lee. As a first-generation immigrant himself, Attorney Jae Lee understands the difficulties that many families face as they work to establish lives in the United States. Immigrants, fortunately, have many opportunities, and by pursuing education and job opportunities, they can not only support themselves and their families, but also integrate into American society, participate in the community, and live happy, successful lives.
- Type: College School
- Organisation: Law Office of Jae Lee
- Country to study: United States
- Course to study: Not specified
- Gender: LMen and Women
- Application Deadline: May 18, 2023
About the Law Office of Jae Lee
Full Service Immigration Attorney in Dallas, TX Serving as an Immigration Lawyer Texas Attorney Jae Lee immigrated to the United States as a child from South Korea, an experience that inspired him to serve the country and the people who welcomed him and his family.
Mr. Lee entered the practice of law after serving in the United States Army and working in the private sector, with the goal of assisting other individuals and families in achieving their dreams of immigrating to the United States.
Our firm has established a scholarship program to assist first and second generation immigrants from low-income families in pursuing educational opportunities.
Each semester, we award a $1,000 scholarship to one student to help pay for tuition or other educational expenses such as books, supplies, or room and board.
With our scholarship program, we help immigrant students with demonstrated financial need cover some of the costs of a college education. Students who meet the following requirements may apply for the scholarship:
- The student must be either a first or second generation immigrant living in the United States.
- The student’s family must be considered to be low-income, with an annual household income of less than $50,000.
- The student must be currently enrolled in or accepted for admission to a college, university, or graduate program.
- The student must have a GPA of 3.0 or higher in their most recently completed academic semester.
In addition, your application must include a written essay or video submission describing your family’s immigration story and discussing what distinguishes you from others. Written essays are limited to 500 words, and video essays are limited to five minutes. The following questions should be addressed in your essay:
- Where did your family immigrate to the U.S. from, and how did they establish themselves in the country?
- What experiences have shaped your life and made you who you are today?
- What makes you unique or different from others?
- What are your goals after you receive your college degree? What profession do you want to pursue? What are your personal goals?
Documents Required for Application
Please include contact information, such as your name, address, and email address, when applying for the Immigrant Student Scholarship. We require proof of college or university enrollment, and you may upload your current academic transcript, letter of acceptance, or other relevant documentation.
How to apply
Fill the form below on the application webpage to apply for the scholarship.
For more details visit: Law Office of Jae Lee website
May 18, 2023
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