Sabrina Li
Founder and Managing Attorney​

Sabrina Li primarily practices in United States Immigration Law and is located in Los Angeles, California. As the founder of the firm, she works tirelessly to advocate for immigrant rights and has assisted thousands of immigrants in their pursuit of the American dream.

Since first admitted in New York, Sabrina now has 10+ years of experience in handling a variety of immigration matters, including business immigration, removal defense, family-based immigration, applications for asylum, waivers of inadmissibility, VAWA, U visas, and appeals to the AAO, BIA and the federal courts, and etc.

Clients often come to Sabrina with complicated immigration cases or cross over cases involving immigration, criminal law, business law, or family law, and she loves the challenge. When clients hire Sabrina, they are not only investing their trust in her training, knowledge, and competence, but also her creativity in providing a strategy and solving a tricky problem. Sabrina’s goal is to have every client walk into her office with a problem, walk out with a solution and peace of mind.

Sabrina provides legal assistance in various U.S. immigration matters to clients worldwide. She is fluent in English and Mandarin Chinese.


  • ​USC Gould School of Law-LL.M.
  • Beijing Normal University-LL.B.


  • American Bar Association
  • New York State Bar Association
  • Los Angeles County Bar Association
  • American Immigration Lawyer Association
  • AILA Southern California Chapter
  • American Chinese Council
  • American- Chinese CEO Society
  • National Immigration Project


  • U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit
  • U.S. Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit
  • New York Supreme Court (RN 5010657)
  • California Supreme Court (SBN 316820)
  • Texas Supreme Court (SBN: 24120595)


  • 2016 Top 10 Attorneys
  • Attorney and Practice Magazine
  • 2019 Top Attorney AVVO
  • 2020 Top Ranking Immigration Law Attorney
  • American Association of Attorney Advocates
  • 2021 Rising StarSuper Lawyers Magazine​
  • 2022 Best Attorney CCYP


  • English
  • Mandarin Chinese