About Kim Luu-Ng, Esq.

Kim Luu-NgKim Luu-Ng is founder and managing partner of KLN Firm, a boutique immigration law firm that exclusively practices business, family, and humanitarian immigration law.  She represents individuals, investors, and companies, in all facets of immigration law before USCIS, US Immigration Courts, the Board of Immigration Appeals, and the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals.  A frequent speaker and trainer on immigration law, Kim represents clients from all parts of the globe, and is committed to delivering the highest standards of ethical and professional legal services.

Prior to starting her own practice, Kim worked at the Legal Aid Foundation of Los Angeles (LAFLA) where she represented survivors of torture and other forms of severe violence (human trafficking, domestic violence, and serious crimes) in immigration matters.  She also served inside US detention centers under the auspices of the Executive Office of Immigration Review’s Legal Orientation Program, providing legal orientation and training, and coordinating pro bono representation.  During her time at LAFLA, Kim chaired the Refugee Forum of Los Angeles County, a consortium of NGOs, refugee resettlement agencies, and government entities that advocates for the needs of immigrants fleeing persecution and seeking refuge in Los Angeles County.

Kim began her legal career as a litigation associate at Reed Smith LLP where she worked on labor and employment matters. She earned her Juris Doctor and Masters in Public and International Affairs from the University of Pittsburgh. She graduated cum laude with departmental honors from the University of Southern California where she studied International Relations and East Asian Languages and Culture.  Kim studied abroad at Peking University and Beijing Languages and Culture University in China.

Deeply committed to public service, Kim serves on the board of directors for Program for Torture Victims (PTV), a non-profit organization that assists survivors of state-sponsored torture and persecution, and the Community Outreach Committee for the Asian Pacific American Bar Association.  In 2013, the South Asian Network awarded Kim with the Community Solidarity Award for her service to indigent members of the South Asian community.

Kim is married to Chef Bryant Ng and co-owns the award winning restaurant Cassia with him.

Bar Admissions:

  • California
  • New Jersey


  • American Immigration Lawyers Association
  • Los Angeles County Bar Association
  • Asian Pacific American Bar Association
  • National Conference of Vietnamese American Attorneys


  • Vietnamese
  • Mandarin Chinese

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