Lydia Huang Shares Law Firm Business Immigration Paralegal Experience and Guidance to Roosevelt University’s Paralegal Studies Alumni Group
Laner Muchin Paralegal Lydia Huang shared her firsthand experience working in a law firm business immigration group with prospective paralegal studies candidates at Roosevelt University in Chicago on Thursday, August 4th.
The conference, hosted by Roosevelt University’s Paralegal Studies Program, provided potential students with information on what to expect when working in key practice areas in a law firm setting. Lydia shared with the group her personal insights on working in a high-volume business immigration department, including the challenges and rewards of leading a variety of corporate clients and individuals to help them achieve their business immigration goals.
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Lydia is an experienced Immigration Paralegal in Laner’s Business Immigration practice group. She assists the group in counseling businesses and individuals on a wide-range of employment-based immigration matters and support large multinational corporations as they navigate complex visa requirements and other immigration issues.
Laner Muchin, Ltd. concentrates in the representation of employers in labor relations, employment litigation, employee benefits and business immigration matters. The firm provides legal services to clients from coast to coast.