Wonho Kim joined the firm as an associate attorney where he assists clients with temporary residence, permanent residence and inadmissibility matters as well as citizenship applications. Wonho represents clients with USCIS, ICE, EOIR Immigration Court, and New York State Family Court. He has extensive experience drafting legal briefs, motions, and memoranda, including complex responses to Request for Evidence.
Prior to joining Spar and Bernstein, Wonho practiced immigration law in a high-volume law firm in New York City and Atlanta, GA where he also provided immigration service related to removal defense, in addition to employment- and family-based immigration matters.
Wonho is originally from Seoul, South Korea. As an immigrant himself, he understands the difficult challenges presented to non-citizens by the US immigration system. He cares about each one of his clients with a genuine heart. He Speaks English and Korean. Wonho graduated with his Juris Doctor from Handong International Law School, and also received a LL.M. from Emory University School of Law. He is also pursuing a Doctor of Juridical Science at Emory University School of Law.