Tammy M. Lee is the Managing Partner at New York-based Goldstein & Lee, P.C. Originally established in 1979, Goldstein & Lee is dedicated to obtaining immigrant and nonimmigrant visas for executives, corporate managers, and highly skilled workers, in addition to various investors and academic scholars. The firm operates in both New York and London, offering a wide range of business immigration services relating to U.S. Customs and Border Protection, U.S. Citizenship & Immigration Services, U.S. Department of Labor, as well as American Embassies and Consulates worldwide. As one of the premier immigration lawyers in New York, Tammy is widely recognized for assisting both corporate and individual clients with her business immigration law expertise.
Tammy has extensive experience in her field and has been practicing immigration law since 1996, specifically focusing on business immigration law. She represents many of the world’s most high-profile international organizations, helping to transfer foreign staff and individuals to the United States. She personally supervises all her individual and business clients, completely involving herself in every aspect of case preparation.
Tammy M. Lee graduated from Smith College in 1992 in Massachusetts completed her masters from Catholic University School of Law in 1996. She started her career as an Associate Attorney in 1996, and became Partner at the same firm in 2001. She is a member of the New York State Bar, American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA), and the Inter-Pacific Bar Association, and is in Who’s Who Legal: Corporate Immigration. Tammy has lectured at numerous seminars and conferences for the New York State Bar, Inter-Pacific Bar Association, AILA, and the American Chamber of Commerce.
Aside from her experience in business immigration law, Tammy has significant experience in serving the visa needs in the United States and at U.S. Embassies and Consulates throughout the world. She is dedicated and committed to providing the highest level of legal counsel to businesses, individuals, and families.