MidTown Cleveland to host Cleveland Walls on August 23-28

On August 23rd through the 28th, MidTown Cleveland will host the “Cleveland Walls!” international mural program that will utilize the talents of over twenty local and national artists to create murals at various locales on such thoroughfares as Euclid, Chester, Superior, and Carnegie Avenues in the Midtown section of Cleveland not too far from the offices of Margaret W. Wong & Associates LLC.

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Annual Summer Celebration of Cleveland Jobs with Justice

In the evening of Tuesday, August 10th, we attended, via zoom, the 24th Annual Summer Celebration of Cleveland Jobs with Justice which is, as its website states, “a coalition of labor, faith, and community organizations working together to promote workers’ rights in the Cleveland area through collective action.”

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Immigration Attorney Francis Fungsang Helps Local School By Sponsoring Hole at Golf Tournament

Our immigration attorney and law firm partner, Francis Fungsang, participated in a golf outing benefiting the St. Dominic School in Shaker Heights, Ohio. Founded in 1950, with 225 students and a 9 to 1 student teacher ratio, St. Dom School, teaches children, kindergarten through the eighth grade, St. Dom offers a rigorous curriculum following the guidelines set by the Catholic Diocese of Cleveland, Ohio, which align with – and often

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Asylee Status Granted after Ten Years Fight, With Criminal Conviction in Record

Mrs. W came to the U.S 20 years ago with a tourist visa and filed her asylum based on Chinese family-planning policy within one year of her entry. Unfortunately, after the asylum interview, her case was referred to court. That’s how she started her long fight for a legal status with immigration courts. When she contacted our firm, it was in 2013 when her Master Calendar was already scheduled. Our

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MotivAsians Summer Picnic 2021

The MotivAsians for Cleveland is “a non-profit organization established to cultivate a vibrant Asian community for Greater Cleveland by promoting the Asian community for Greater Cleveland by promoting the attraction and retention of Asian-American professionals” but all people who wish to learn about the Asian culture are very much welcome.

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The Ukrainian Museum and Archives Reopens to Teach and Celebrate Ukrainians in the United States

In the early evening of Friday, August 13th, we went to the re-opening of the Ukrainian Museum and Archives on Kenilworth Avenue in Tremont which is devoted to the preservation and sharing of Ukrainian culture as well as the immigrant experience. Along these lines, we visited with Mr. Michael G. Dobronos, member of the board of directors, who told us of new plans to build a conservatory lab which will

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A Trip to the British Isles at the Cleveland Cultural Gardens

We had a very busy day on Saturday, August 14th, and it didn’t look like we were going to be able to make it to the Centennial Peace Plaza at the Cleveland Cultural Gardens (CCG) by 6pm in time for a program titled “A Trip to the British Isles” presented by the leadership of the British and Irish Cultural Gardens. But, at the last minute, we broke free and were

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Councilperson Blaine Griffith Runs for Reelection to Cleveland’s Ward 8

On Thursday evening, August 12th, we went to the Sky Lounge at One University Circle to attend a fundraiser for our good friend, Cleveland City Councilperson Blaine Griffith (Ward 8) who is running for re-election. We have known Councilperson Griffith for a long time ever since he was the Director of Cleveland’s Community Relations Board and consider him to be a very valuable voice regarding the future of our city

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Happy Birthday & Election Prospects for University Heights’ Mayor Michael Dylan Brennan

On Tuesday, August 10th, we went to the BottleHouse Brewery and Meadery on Lee Road to attend a birthday party/fundraiser for our friend Mayor Michael Dylan Brennan of University Heights. We did some research and learned that since Mayor Brennan was first elected in 2017 new homes have been constructed, streets have been repaved, finance and fire departments have been improved, and bike lanes have been built. Plus, an Office

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