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The L-1 nonimmigrant visa classification is one of the most popular vehicles among multinational companies to hire and retain a foreign national workforce in the United States. This seminar examines the building blocks to L-1 eligibility and requirements, and offers a roadmap for designing an L-1 immigration program for clients.
In this course, attorneys Christian Park and David Iannella of Fragomen discuss historical trends and draw lessons learned over years of practice. The presentation identifies common RFE trends, response strategies, and methods for risk management in developing and optimizing an immigration policy for corporate clients.
Identify strategies for success through real-world examples and review ideas to formulate an immigration policy that meets client needs
Youngwook (“Christian”) Park provides strategic counseling to employers on all aspects of U.S. immigration law, regulation, and policy. Christian partners with clients to develop, design, and implement streamlined immigration programs to meet business and compliance requirements for the recruitment and retention of a foreign national workforce in the United States.
Christian has served as counsel to a wide variety of clients, including Fortune 500 companies, distinguished universities, and businesses of all sizes. His work has involved clients across business industries, including technology, engineering, consulting, financial services, healthcare, biotech, automotive, and food and beverage.
Christian is a frequent speaker on immigration topics and has provided numerous lectures and presentations to employers, employees, industry groups, and immigration professionals.
Representative Areas of Practice
Selected Presentations and Publications
David is an Associate in Fragomen’s Boston office. He practices exclusively in the field of federal immigration and nationality law and assists both small and large multinational corporate clients with a range of nonimmigrant and immigrant matters.
While in law school, David was a student attorney in the Federal Appeals Clinic and served as a Senior Note Editor for the Boston College Environmental Affairs Law Review.
David has assisted in a number of pro bono cases, including the approval of Temporary Protected Status for an individual from Sierra Leone.
Great presentation. Knowledgeable speakers and very informative. Gives a lot helpful and practical information.
Discussion of the different ways to show specialized knowledge was very helpful.