Trang T. Do is an assistant attorney/senior immigration consultant at in SKT’s Vietnam office. She has always been desirous of providing in-depth immigration advice, with emphasis on U.S. and Canadian immigration. In the field of U.S. immigration, she assists families in obtaining Green Cards through investing into EB5 projects; counseling corporate owners and employees on the L1 Visa (Intra-company Transfer of an employee of a foreign entity to a U.S. affiliate of the foreign company); E2 Visa (aka Investor Visa which allows individuals to enter and work inside the U.S. based on an investment they will be controlling, while inside the U.S.); advising Vietnamese students in obtaining an F1 Visa (non-immigrant student visa allowing foreigners to pursue education and language training in the U.S.); directs on the H-1B Visa (allowing U.S. employers to temporarily employ foreign workers in specialty occupations); and for Canada, Emily specializes in consulting Investment and Business Visas for both individuals and corporate clients.
Prior to joining SKT, Emily held various positions in differing industries. These included hospitality, construction, commercial real estate, education, and immigration. These experiences helped her develop the strong customer-centric mindset, which is the basis of the needle guiding all her activities.
Trang Do gained invaluable experience within the immigration legal sector having worked with many leading partners in the education and settlement industry such as: world-renowned schools & universities, prestigious EB5 Regional Centers, Immigration Lawyers and other immigration agencies from the U.S., Canada, Europe, and the Caribbean. One of her former positions was Head of Overseas Study Department and Immigration Advisory Manager at one of the leading immigration consulting services providers in Vietnam.
Emily earned her Bachelor’s Degree in International Studies in English from Hanoi University, and a Certificate of Digital Communication from Cultural & Creative Hubs Vietnam (project sponsored by European Union in 2020).