immigration_alyssa-nguyenMs. Nguyen (“win”) is a cum laude graduate of William Mitchell College of Law.  She has over 20 years of legal experience.  Ms. Nguyen’s legal experiences includes working for a Senior Judge, providing the Judge with recommendations on how to rule on complex civil litigation cases, working as an attorney and paralegal for two prestigious law firms: for the government as a prosecutor and for one of the country’s largest banks as an Assistant Vice President.   

Ms. Nguyen focuses her practice on immigration law.  However because immigration law, criminal law, and family law are often inexplicably intertwined areas of the law, she often represents clients on family and criminal law matters due to serious potential immigration consequences for the client.   

Ms. Nguyen has proven ability to negotiate complex issues and skills in the litigation process with documented success in the implementation of high-quality problem solving and creative out-of-the-box solutions.  She is a unique attorney with the ability to communicate with people from professional, diverse, ethnic and socioeconomic backgrounds.  She is well-known and well-respected amongst her peers and colleagues.  She consistently gives 110% to any case.

Practices in Federal Court
Practices in MN State Court
Juris Doctor, William Mitchell College of Law,
cum laude, 2004
Bachelor of Arts, Hamline University, 1997
Paralegal Degree, Hamline University, 1997

2016 “10 Best” Immigration Attorney by American Institute of Legal Counsel
2015 “10 Best” Family Law Attorney by American Institute of Family Law Attorneys
2014 Named Next Generation of Attorneys by Attorney-at-Law Magazine
2012 & 2013 North Star Attorney
2011 Honoree for Extraordinary Legal Contribution to the Vietnamese Community

Former Board of Directors of MNAPABA
Member of Ramsey County Bar Assn.
Mentor for Minnesota State Bar Assn.
Member of Immigration Lawyers Assn.
Judge for WMCL’s Moot Court Competition
Judge for WMCL’s Negotiation Competition
Attorney Mentor for Immigration Law Center