Eric assists regional employers and large international companies with the complexities of retaining a foreign workforce – through securing temporary work statuses, waivers, permanent residency, I-9 issues, compliance issues, legislative monitoring, training, and more.
Eric has a strong background in immigration law and immigrant rights. He served as an intern for the Committee for Human Rights in North Korea in Washington, D.C. He also worked as an immigration lawyer in San Francisco, where he represented asylum seekers and adjustment of status cases before the courts and USCIS Asylum Office. In addition, he served as a Robina Post-Graduate Fellow for The Advocates for Human Rights in Minneapolis, and during law school served as Student Director for the Immigration and Human Rights Clinic.
Clients consider Eric approachable and dependable. He strives to build a strong foundation of trust and establish a relationship with them on a lateral field. He is also comfortable navigating situations that can be “chaotic” and unpredictable, approaching these circumstances by moving forward in a productive, confident manner.
When not practicing law, Eric enjoys writing movie reviews, cheering on all Dallas sports teams and the Texas Longhorns, and traveling.