State Bar of Texas
South Texas College of Law (J.D.)
The University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio (M.S.)
Fudan University (B.S. and M.S.)
Harry Wang graduated from Fudan University (Shanghai, China), The University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio and South Texas College of Law (Houston, Texas). He is licensed to practice law in all Texas courts and authorized to practice immigration law before Federal administrative agencies, including USCIS and AAO. Mr. Wang has successfully represented numerous clients in EB1A, EB1B and NIW cases from different countries. Before becoming an attorney, Mr. Wang was a scientific researcher.
State Bar of California
United States Patent & Trademark Office
University of Illinois (J.D.)
Loyola University of Chicago (M.S. in Computer Science)
University of Chicago (M.S. in Molecular Biology)
University of Science & Technology of China (B.S.)
Daniel Guo, Founder and Principal Attorney
The pessimist sees difficulty in every opportunity. The optimist sees opportunity in every difficulty. ---Winston Churchill
Daniel Guo’s practice focuses on both immigration-related matters and intellectual property protection. Mr. Guo's interest in immigration law stems from his personal experience as an immigrant from China, as well as his experience in helping other Chinese scholars apply for permanent residency in the United States. During his law school studies, he participated in a law clinic program, working on various immigration-related issues for low-income immigrants. Being a dedicated attorney, Mr. Guo has extensive experience in NIW (National Interest Waiver), EB1A (Alien of Extraordinary Ability), and EB1B (Outstanding Researcher) based immigrant petitions. More importantly, he has worked on thousands of EB1/NIW cases with extremely high approval rates.
Another area of Mr. Guo's practice focuses on intellectual property protection and procurement in the areas of computer-related technologies and pharmaceuticals. Mr. Guo has significant experience in intellectual property practice. He practiced at one of the Top 50 law firms in the United States, where he not only drafted and prosecuted patent applications for software-related technologies, but also worked on patent litigation before both the United States District Court and International Trade Commission regarding medical device technologies. Prior to law school, Mr. Guo worked at both a Fortune 100 company and startup companies, where he gained valuable experience in computer-related technologies, including both wireless and internet-related technologies. Mr. Guo obtained his J.D. degree from University of Illinois, College of the Law. He also has advanced degrees in both Computer Science and Molecular Biology. Mr. Guo earned his B.S. degree from University of Science & Technology of China, Hefei, China, which is considered one of the top universities in China. Mr. Guo is an active member of the State Bar of California and is also admitted to practice before the United States Patent and Trademark Office.