Eve opened her law practice in 2004 after working for several immigration firms. She started practicing immigration law in 1992 upon graduation from Rutgers School of Law in Newark, New Jersey. After her first class in immigration law Eve knew that this was the field she would specialize in because she wanted to serve people of diverse backgrounds. She was fortunate to find an immigration law position when a law school friend recommended her the firm. From 1992 to 1995, Eve litigated numerous asylum and deportation cases including many of the Sikh faith. From 1996 to 2004, Eve worked for several immigration firms concentrating on corporate cases for companies as diverse as investment banks and shipping companies to multinational manufacturers and computer consulting companies. While at these firms, Eve managed her own accounts and supervised her team.
Aside from maintaining her own legal practice in midtown, Manhattan, Eve is on the Board of Governors and Chairs the Immigration and Judiciary Committees for the Korean American Lawyers Association of Greater New York. She is also Co-Chair of the Solo and Small Firm Network for the National Asian Pacific American Bar Association. She previously served as Chair of the Practice Management Committee for American Immigration Lawyers Association's New York chapter. Eve is a member of the Asian American Bar Association of New York and the Filipino American Lawyers Association of New York. Eve serves on the boards of Queens Borough Public Library as NYC Council Speaker Melissa Mark-Viverito's representative, Sunnyside Chamber of Commerce, and Thalia Spanish Theater in Queens. She had the great honor of serving as a New York State Elector in 2016. She has been awarded to the Super Lawyers New York Metro and Top Women in NYS lists for several years. Eve is also proud to be an advocate for immigrant rights and has led numerous advocacy matters for the community.