Rawle & Henderson LLP attorney Rachel Ji-Young Yoo has extensive experience representing healthcare, K-beauty and technology clients in all aspects of U.S. Immigration Laws, including, but not limited to, obtaining temporary and permeant visas for foreign professionals, multi-national executives, investors, entertainers and religious workers. Ms. Yoo also represents individuals in various family-based immigration filings and in deportation (defense in removal) proceedings.

Ms. Yoo helps clients navigate through complicated status maintenance issues, consular processing of visas, waivers of the foreign residence requirement and other citizenship matters. In addition, Ms. Yoo advises employers with respect to employer I-9, LCA and audit compliance requirements.

Ms. Yoo has also represented EB-5 regional centers, developers, and investors; worked with various HR departments on I-9 employment verification matters as well as H-1B and LCA compliance; represented individual E2 investors and Korea-U.S. branch office enterprise E2 employee visa; represented foreign EB-5 investors with I-526 filings and I-829 filings; and assisted several U.S. companies in diverse industries with H-1B RFE responses.

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Rachel Yoo joins Rawle & Henderson as Of Counsel, focuses on immigration law

Rachel Yoo has joined Rawle & Henderson LLP as Of Counsel to the Firm in the Midtown Manhattan office. She focuses her law practice in the area of immigration law, policy and strategy.

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