Emory University School of Law, J.D., 2015
Michigan State University, B.A. in Pre-Law,2011
Michigan, admitted since May 2018; license number P82581
Virginia, admitted since April 2016 (inactive member); license number 90056
Xuemeng Fitch’s experiences as an international student and as a green card petitioner have deeply influenced her immigration law practice. Now a naturalized U.S. citizen, she attest how her life “has changed for the better due to the green card process, and I want to help others achieve the same transformation.” In order to help her clients navigate the immigration system, Xuemeng prioritizes communication and strategy in her practice. As she says, “I guide my clients through the process, and, moreover, I strive to formulate a results-driven plan of action for each case that is designed to achieve my client’s goals efficiently and swiftly.”
At FGI, Xuemeng specializes in handling L-1A and EB-1C applications for managers and executives at engineering and software development companies. Prior to joining Fakhoury, she also gained expertise in EB-1A, EB-2 NIW (National Interest Waiver) petitions, and I-485 adjustment of status (AOS) applications. With all of her clients, Xuemeng strives to, as she describes it, “consistently deliver good work product to achieve superior client satisfaction.”
Xuemeng is a graduate of Michigan State University (pre-law) and earned her J.D. at the Emory University School of Law. She is a member of both the state bars of Michigan and Virginia, and is a member of the American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA). She enjoys traveling (China, Thailand, Malaysia, Singapore, Puerto Rico, Canada), cooking, and hiking.