Virginia, US

Jennifer is an Associate in Fragomen’s San Francisco office, where she provides counsel on employment-based immigrant visa matters. 

Prior to her current position, Jennifer spent several years working as an analyst, where she managed contractual processes. She also served as a law clerk at several New York-based law firms, including in Fragomen’s New York office. During law school, Jennifer served as a judicial intern to the Hon. Danny K. Chun, Kings County Supreme Court, Criminal Division in Brooklyn, New York. 

Jennifer provided legal support and advocacy to non-citizen victims of domestic violence and prepared U visa petitions while serving as an intern with CONNECT, a non-profit organization dedicated to the prevention and elimination of interpersonal violence in New York City. 

Jennifer speaks Korean and English.

Education


Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law | J.D., 2013
Boston College | B.A., 2008

Professional Accomplishments / Memberships

Bar Admissions: New York

Prepared legal documents for nonimmigrant and immigrant petitions and applications, such as H-1B, EB-1, PERM and Adjustment of Status.

Prepared audit responses in accordance with PERM regulations and administrative remedies.

Drafted Request for Evidence (RFE) responses on a range of issues, including income requirements and employer eligibility.