More than the final decade, the South Korean small business neighborhood has grown exponentially in Houston, thanks in massive element to the improve in the export worth of mineral fuel and Houston’s import of iron and steel, as properly as Houston naming Ulsan, South Korea its 19th sister city.
Jackson Walker companion Sang M. Shin spoke with KHOU 11 about the increasing South Korean small business neighborhood and his part in assisting organizations navigate the U.S. legal method and supplying guidance on the very best approaches to succeed.
“So, a lot of these organizations, even even though they’re massive, sophisticated international organizations abroad, and in Korea, they’ll come and they’re like, ‘I do not know exactly where to start’. The culture is quite unique right here and how folks do small business is not just primarily based on handshakes but primarily based on some thing contractual in nature,” Sang noted.
For the complete story, see “Houston’s Enterprise With South Korean Organizations Practically Quadrupled More than the Final Decade” by KHOU 11.
Sang M. Shin is a small business immigration lawyer with broad encounter managing immigration matters for organizations, people, investors, and institutions by way of the U.S. and internationally. Sang handles a wide variety of nonimmigrant visas and petitions, and also offers sophisticated and strategic suggestions to clientele on a selection of immigrant visas and labor certification (PERM). He handles family members-primarily based instances and U.S. citizenship matters, and routinely represents organizations in connection with the U.S. Division of Homeland Safety (DHS), U.S. Division of Labor (DOL), U.S. Division of State (DOS), and Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) Type I-9 (Employment Eligibility Verification) audits.