A nationally renowned immigration attorney. Mr. Oh's expertise
lies in the area of Employment and Business Immigration.
With over 33 years of experience, Mr. Oh has represented clients
nationwide and internationally.
Employment based immigration is Mr. Oh's forte. He has nationally
recognized expertise in helping employers obtain Green Card or
Permanent Resident status for their employees, representing large
national and international corporations. Mr. Oh's experience and
knowledge has provided him with the tools necessary to process
cases on behalf of top level scientists, engineers, business people
including foreign corporate executives and managers, artists,
athletes, foreign food specialty chefs, and other professionals
and non-professionals in the most efficient manner and in the
shortest possible time period.
In handling these types of cases, Mr. Oh creates strategies and
alternatives which include finding the most effective category
to process the case and utilizing strategies such as Reduction
in Recruitment and National Interest Waivers.
In addition to his extensive experience practicing Immigration
Law, Mr. Oh is also highly academically accomplished. He obtained
his Bachelor in Law degree and Master in Law degree
from Seoul National University, College of Law, Seoul, Korea.
Mr. Oh also obtained his Master in Law (LL.M.) degree from
the Columbia University School of Law in New York City on fulbright
program, and Juris Doctor degree from William Mitchell
College of Law in Saint Paul, Minnesota.
Mr. Oh is an active member of the Immigration Lawyers Community.
He has been a member of the American Immigration Lawyer's Association
(AILA) since 1984. Mr. Oh was the Chairman of the Region
V (USDOL/CHI)/Minnesota SESA Liaison Committee of Minnesota/Dakotas
Chapter of AILA (1998-2000). Mr. Oh was also the Chairman
of the Minnesota Bar Association's Immigration Law Section for
the 1987-88 term. As the chairperson of this section, Mr. Oh demonstrated
real leadership by organizing an Illegal Aliens Amnesty Program
In addition to being a Fulbright fellow, Mr. Oh's other significant
achievements include a "Yogi Berra 'It Ain't Over Till
It's Over'" Award for his outstanding work in a legal
battle with the Immigration and Naturalization Service, awarded
to him by the Minnesota Ramsey County Bar Association and the
Southern Minnesota Regional Legal Services.
Mr. Oh is also dedicated to the International Human Rights
of people and democratization of their governments. Mr. Oh was
a member of 13-member international delegation (U.S., Denmark,
Norway, Philippines, and Thailand) observing onsite the national
Presidential election of the Republic of Korea (South Korea) in
1987, the first national election to elect the President of a
civilian government of the Republic after years of the rule by
military government that had seized the government through military
coup d'eta. Mr. Oh also participated in the investigation and
research of the human rights in the Democratic People's Republic
of Korea (North Korea) and co-authored the international investigative
report in 1988 on behalf of the Asia Watch and Minnesota Lawyers
International Human Rights Group.
Mr. Oh is a member in good standing of the Minnesota
State Bar since 1982, the New York State Bar (1988-2009),
and the Washington, D.C. Bar since 1989. Additionally,
he is admitted to the United States District Court in Minnesota,
the United States Court of Appeals of the Eighth Circuit, and
the United States Court of Appeals of the Federal Circuit..