Bobby C. Chung practices exclusively in the area of immigration and
citizenship law with emphasis in investor visas and employment-based
immigration. Mr. Chung is a former Attorney
Advisor with the US Department of Justice, Executive Office for
Immigration Review in Los Angeles.
He has extensive experience helping businesses, investors, and families
successfully navigate the US immigration process. Mr. Chung has been
invited to lecture on immigration law topics at major business and law
Mr. Chung currently
teaches US Investor Visa law to franchise brokers throughout the United
States. He has been invited to serve as faculty for FranServ, Inc. since
2012 and the International Franchise Professionals Group (IFPG) since
2014. Mr. Chung conducts bi-weekly webinars for FranServ and monthly
webinars for IFPG's alliance of franchise brokers nationwide.
Mr. Chung has also been
interviewed by the Los Angeles Times Newspaper regarding the E2 Investor
Visa program. Click here to view the LA Times article,
titled "E2 visa helps many non-US citizens start small firms".
Mr. Chung was a speaker
at the 2009
Los Angeles HR Star Conference for human resources professionals.
lectured on hot immigration topics, including how to effectively hire
and retain highly skilled foreign nationals and four critical strategies
to ensure compliance with the I-9 employment verification requirements.
Mr. Chung was also a speaker at the 2008
National Summit on Employment Law and Compliance in Washington DC
before an audience of business executives and human resources managers.
Mr. Chung discussed current
trends in worksite enforcement, strategies for developing an effective
I-9 compliance program, and visa
options for employing skilled foreign workers.
Mr. Chung was also a
speaker at the 2008
Los Angeles HR Star Conference for human resources managers. Mr. Chung
presented cutting-edge business immigration topics, including Solutions
for the H1B Quota Crisis, Best
Practices for I-9 Compliance, and Strategies for the Social Security
Mr. Chung is a member of the State Bar of California and is admitted
to practice before the US District Court for the Central District of
California and the US Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit. Mr. Chung
graduated from the University of Southern California and obtained his
Juris Doctor from Golden Gate University School of Law. He is a member
of the American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA) and has offices
in the Los Angeles, California area.