Jinhong holds degrees from Texas A&M in both undergraduate studies and law. Having immigrated to the country, he understands the complexities and difficulties of the immigration legal process. Driven by his own journey, Jinhong is committed to assisting individuals facing comparable challenges. His background in immigration law encompasses pro bono work at Akin Gump, where he managed asylum cases. As an IJC Fellow at the Michigan Immigrants Rights Center, Jinhong will advocate for Unaccompanied Minors in both affirmative and defensive legal settings.