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Sang Kim

Senior Counsel


Sang Kim is a Senior Counsel at VisaNation Law Group, PLLC. He has nearly two decades of experience within the field of U.S. immigration and global mobility. Sang plays a pivotal role in managing complex immigration and mobility matters for clients around the world.

One of his key strengths lies in overseeing high volume case management for multinational corporations and entities. In this capacity, he has become a trusted advisor, guiding these organizations through the intricate processes and mobility needs within employment and business immigration. Sang has previously worked with top legal providers in New York and California with particular expertise in overseeing cases with complex corporate transactions, investment and entrepreneur classes. 

Beyond his legal work, Sang has provided strategic leadership on global mobility matters with the HR Business Partners, Talent Acquisition and Relocation teams.  He has directly managed individual efforts for C-Suite Executives, Managers, Researchers and National Interest individuals. 

His commitment to his clients and his profession is further exemplified by his role as a General Counsel for an SaaS technology company. Sang created and implemented strategic legal direction for the organization focused on data privacy (GDPR), labor, employment, immigration and global mobility. As a former Immigration Fellow with the U.S. Senate Office of Secretary Hillary R. Clinton, he provided invaluable support to the Senate Office’s Constituent Liason teams.

Sang is a proud member of AILA, the ACLU and many local and national organizations committed to promoting public local and national interests.

Practice Areas

  • Employment-based non-immigrant visas (NIV) including H-1B, E, L, O, P, TN at Service Centers, Embassies, and Ports of Entry
  • Immigrant Visa, Permanent Residence, and Naturalization cases pursuant to Employment, Family, and Individual sponsorship
  • USCIS and DOL Compliance guidance and advisory including USCIS On-Site Investigation, I-9, and E-Verify
  • F-1 STEM and OPT training plans
  • Student and Trainee program creation and implementation such as J-1 and H-3
  • Asylum and Deportation defense


Brooklyn Law School, J.D., 2004

New York University, B.A. 1997


  • Admitted to the New York State Bar
  • Member of the American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA)
  • Member of the American Bar Association (ABA)
  • Member of the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU)