Upon taking office, President Biden introduced the U.S. Citizenship Act of 2021, the first proposed major overhaul of the U.S. immigration system since 1996. In light of increased legislative changes to immigration law, Jackson Walker attorney Sang Shin will present a CLE webinar on Wednesday, April 14 discussing the uptick in court filings as a result of inconsistent practices by the various governmental departments that oversee and decide on immigration benefits.
During the presentation, Sang will provide examples of why individuals and companies decide to file immigration lawsuits against the government; what to do when filing a lawsuit; and practical reasons for filing a lawsuit.
“Litigating Immigration Matters: Practical Tips to Consider Before Taking Legal Action”
12 p.m. CDT | Wednesday, April 14, 2021
The webinar will be presented by the San Antonio Chapter of the Federal Bar Association, which comprises the San Antonio Division of the Western District of Texas and approximately 300 members from private practice, government agencies, military branches, local law schools and local courts.
Based in Jackson Walker’s Houston office, Sang Shin is an experienced immigration attorney with a demonstrated history of successfully representing clients in their immigration matters. Sang advises clients through various immigration applications, including but not limited to: L-1, H-1B, TN, B-1/B-2, B-1 in lieu of H-1B, B-1 OCS, F-1, E-2, E-3, O-1, EADs, Advance Parole as well as PERM Labor Certification, I-140 Immigrant Petitions in the EB1, EB2 and EB3 categories along with Adjustment of Status and Naturalization. Sang also advises client through audits conducted by various government entities including I-9 Audits and review of LCA Public Access Files.