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Kim Luu-Ng joined Reeves Immigration Law Group’s Pasadena office as Of Counsel in October 2023. She represents individuals, investors, and companies, in all facets of immigration law before USCIS, US Immigration Courts, the Board of Immigration Appeals, and the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals. A frequent speaker and trainer on immigration law, Ms. Luu-Ng represents clients from all parts of the globe, and is committed to delivering the highest standards of ethical and professional legal services.
Prior to joining Reeves Immigration Law Group, Ms. Luu-Ng was the founder and managing partner of KLN Firm PC, a boutique immigration law firm that exclusively practiced business, family, and humanitarian immigration law. She also worked at the Legal Aid Foundation of Los Angeles (LAFLA) where she represented survivors of torture and other forms of severe violence (human trafficking, domestic violence, and serious crimes) in immigration matters.
Ms. Luu-Ng has also served inside U.S. detention centers under the auspices of the Executive Office of Immigration Review’s Legal Orientation Program, representing immigrant detainees, and providing legal orientation and training, and coordinating pro bono representation. During her time at LAFLA, she chaired the Refugee Forum of Los Angeles County, a consortium of NGOs, refugee resettlement agencies, and government entities that advocates for the needs of immigrants fleeing persecution and seeking refuge in Los Angeles County. Ms. Luu-Ng began her legal career as a litigator at the international law firm Reed Smith.
Ms. Luu-Ng earned her Juris Doctor and Masters in Public and International Affairs from the University of Pittsburgh and graduated cum laude with departmental honors from the University of Southern California. She studied abroad at Peking University and Beijing Language and Culture University. She was a recipient of the Foreign Language and Area Studies (FLAS) Fellowship from the U.S. Department of Education. She speaks Vietnamese and Mandarin Chinese.
A child boat refugee from Vietnam, Ms. Luu-Ng has been involved with many non-profit organizations that serve refugees and immigrants, including Program for Torture Victims, Boat People SOS, USAHello, and Asian Americans Advancing Justice Southern California. She co-founded L.A. Chefs for Human Rights with her husband James Beard-nominated chef Bryant Ng to support non-profit organizations committed to serving human rights causes. Ms. Luu-Ng has been recognized by the South Asian Network, Asian Pacific American Bar Association, and the Los Angeles Times for her contributions to the community.
- New Jersey
- American Immigration Lawyers Association
- Los Angeles County Bar Association
- Asian Pacific American Bar Association
- National Conference of Vietnamese American Attorneys
- Vietnamese American Bar Association of Southern California
Ms. Luu-Ng is married to chef Bryant Ng and together they co-own the award-winning restaurant Cassia in Santa Monica, CA.