Ruihan “Yvette” Wang is an immigration attorney with experience representing clients in removal defense and in helping clients in family-based immigration matters like Adjustment of Status, Naturalization, VAWA, Waivers and Motions to Reopen. Prior to joining Spar & Bernstein, P.C., Ruihan practiced general immigration law and helped many clients overcome their obstacles in immigration court and obtain their green card and citizenship before USCIS.
Ms. Wang obtained her J.D. cum laude from Indiana University Maurer School of Law (2019) in Bloomington, Indiana and earned her Master of Management in Library Science (2006) and two separate bachelor’s degrees (2004) from Peking University, the top one university in China. She had worked in the U.S. Consulate General in Shanghai before attending law school.
During law school, Ruihan was a Notes Editor of the Indiana Journal of Global Legal Studies, earned Brief Writing Honors of Sherman Minton Moot Court Competition (2017), and entered as quarterfinalist of Jeffrey Miller National Environmental Law Moot Court Competition (2019). She interned for Magistrate Judge Nancy Joseph at the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Wisconsin in the summer of 2017 and for Chief Justice Loretta H. Rush at the Indiana Supreme Court in the spring of 2018.
Ms. Wang is a member of the American Immigration Lawyers Association and the Asian American Bar Association of New York.