Ms. Noh has a diverse background— She is a Korean-American who was born and raised in Anchorage, Alaska. Her parents immigrated from South Korea and she grew up helping family members immigrate to the U.S.
From an early age, she became the go-to person in immigration matters at her Korean-American church and continued to translate for many Koreans at USCIS interviews. She developed a passion to become an immigration attorney and assist people in their immigration journey. Today, she is living her dream of helping immigrants as an immigration attorney.
Ms. Noh counsels her clients to navigate the challenges and risks of the immigration system and ensures her clients are well informed by offering clear, concise, legal counsel.
Ms. Noh’s true passion is working with couples, who have found love and will do anything to be together, even go through the marriage green card process together. She believes that the marriage green card process doesn’t need to be a complicated and expensive process. Couples don’t need to choose between going on a honeymoon and paying legal fees to get a green card.
Ms. Noh received her Juris Doctorate from Texas Southern School of Law. Additionally, Ms. Noh studied immigration law abroad at the University of Puerto Rico Law School in San Juan, Puerto Rico. While in law school, she was selected for a fellowship at Equal Justice Works of America serving indigent clients at the Lone Star Legal Aid in Houston, Texas. She was also selected by the Asian American Legal Defense and Education Fund to join the Immigrant Access to Justice Department in New York, New York.
Ms. Noh co-founded the first Korean American Bar Association of Texas, serves as legal counsel for the Board of Directors for the Korean Language School in Houston and serves as the community liaison for the Korean American Society of Houston. Ms. Noh enjoys running, playing tennis, and traveling.
  • Published Amicus Curiae Brief for Texas v. US, in support of appellants on DAPA and APA, filed in the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeal.
  • Successfully approved for L-1B visa involving complicated business structure, specialized knowledge, and new office.
  • Successfully approved for three different seasonal/temporary periods for H-2A visa for organic farm company employees.
  • Approved I-601 Waiver involving the Kahalistan Movement and Sikh faith, where multiple fake identities were used in order to seek asylum.
  • Successfully approved expedited processing for humanitarian/extreme emergent K-1 Fiancé visa for pregnant woman in Russia who was living in war zone.
  • Approved I-212 Waiver for Permission to Reapply for Admission into the U.S., involving inadmissibility for crime of moral turpitude.
  • Granted adoption case by contacting the Mexico Embassy in Houston to obtain a Matricula Consular card in lieu of a written statement of habitual residence from Central Authority in Mexico.
  • Successfully obtained a Police Clearance Letter for a Vietnamese trafficked victim applying for a T-visa, appeared in Houston newspaper
  • State Bar of Texas
  • Mediation Certified- Texas State Bar, International Association of Mediators-Arbitrators, and the Global Mediator Credentialing Association
  • League of Women Voters Rising Star 2018-19
  • Equal Justice Works of America Fellowship Award
  • Asian American Legal Defense and Education Fund Award
  • League of Women Voters Rising Star Class of 2018-19
  • Korean American Bar Association of Texas, Co-Founder
  • Houston Korean Language School, Legal Counsel for Board of Directors
  • Korean American Society of Houston (KASH), Community Liaison
  • American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA), Houston Chapter, Member
  • Immigration and Nationality Law Section, Member
  • Houston Asian American Bar Association, Member
  • Texas Southern University, J.D.
  • University of Hawaii, B.A., Political Science
  • University of Puerto Rico Law School, Family Immigration, Business Immigration & Removal Defense
  • English
  • Korean (conversant)