Fong is a Caseworker at Reiss Edwards.
After graduating from the University of Leeds with a Bachelor of Laws (Honours) in 2011, Fong started practising Immigration Law in 2012. Prior to joining Reiss Edwards, Fong has successfully completed her Postgraduate Diploma in Legal Practice from the highly respected BPP University in 2016, achieving a distinction score.
Fong joined Reiss Edwards in July 2016. Prior to joining the company, she has previously worked for various Immigration Law firms in London. As a consequence, she has extensive experience in all of the various immigration applications and has developed a passion in Immigration Law throughout her career.
She has an in-depth knowledge of the Points Based System applications particularly in Tier 1 (Investor), Tier 1 (Entrepreneur) and Tier 2, including Sponsorship Licence and associated visa applications. Additionally, she has undertaken audits at clients’ companies to review their Human Resource systems and procedures for the purpose of ensuring compliance as per the Home Office’s policy and guidance in regards to Sponsorship License applications.
She is a multilingual speaker who speaks Mandarin and Cantonese.
Fong is well-known for her efficiency and attention to details. She particularly enjoys looking after the interest of her clients and make sure they are comfortable and that they fully understand the application process. The following reviews will speak for itself-
‘Communication throughout the process was exceptional and their attention to detail and advice was excellent’
‘Professional, efficient, thorough and successful!’
‘Excellent & prompt services by the team especially Fong, who was very patient & helpful. I was very happy with their service & will definitely recommend Reiss Edwards for any immigration related assistance.’
‘Fong was always at hand and worked diligently’
‘Really appreciate the level of professional service rendered to me, every call made by me to enquire regarding the progress of the case was dealt in very professional manner, even out of hours.’