The USA is a multiethnic nation due to its diverse set of immigrants.
People come to the United States for a variety of reasons. Young students often pursue increased opportunities by enrolling as a student at an American university. Others long to be reunited with loved ones in their new home country. While, U.S. companies seek to employ the best talent they can find across the globe.
Whatever the reason, many immigrants and visa holders have stress from the ever-changing rules and regulations. They wade through legalese of immigration paperwork. This may be daunting even for those who are proficient in English. Therefore, it can be difficult to immigrate to the U.S.
However, we recognize the contributions immigrants have had on our country, especially both in Hawaii and California and in our own lives. From around the world, immigrants bring their ideas to start businesses, their culture influences our arts, outlooks, and foods, and their spirit adds to the American dream.
So it was an easy decision for Trejur and I to bring on an immigration attorney. Whether it is trying to bring a skilled worker over for a new company or assisting an individual in navigating the application for citizenship, it was clear that we needed someone with passion and who also cared about the subject matter deeply.
Therefore, join the rest of the Hew & Bordenave team in welcoming our new of-counsel, Adam R. Chang.
Who is Adam?
Adam R. Chang, Immigration Attorney.
Adam graduated from the University of Hawaii’s William S. Richardson School of Law. Adam is a published writer (see here and here), a vocal diversity proponent and an advocate for under-represented communities. Adam spends as a Project Director for Social Change Consulting with various immigration and social justice nonprofits. Before moving to San Francisco, Adam externed with Hawai`i Supreme Court Associate Justice Sabrina McKenna, and was a Human Rights Fellow with the National Network for Immigrant and Refugee Rights. Additionally, Adam spent time serving on the Board for the American Civil Liberties Union of Hawai`i.
There is a lot of paperwork to fill out to immigrate to the U.S.
Given the current state of immigration in the United States you may have questions and concerns. It can be alarming to hear about new regulations or potential changes in the system. Therefore, if you do have questions on immigrating to the United States for you or a loved one, short or long-term visas, or citizenship, consider scheduling an initial consult with Adam. Let him provide the formalities for your immigration needs. You can contact us by clicking this link.
Mahalo and we look forward to assisting you with your immigration needs!
/wp-content/uploads/2017/09/shutterstock_525426433.jpg6671000Ryan K. Hew/wp-content/uploads/2017/06/hb-logo_websiteheader.pngRyan K. Hew2017-09-27 08:00:232017-09-27 01:33:45Introduction to Adam R. Chang: Immigration Of-Counsel