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Corporate Immigration Solutions

We solve complex immigration matters for multinational corporations, non-profit institutions,  and professionals.


John Riley


Philadelphia, PA
(888) 508-6133

Attorney working in immigration law since 2009 with a focus on executive, manager, investor, and research/scientific immigration, corporate law, and commercial transactions.  Representative Clientele: Samsung, Hyundai Doosan Corporation, Korea Electric Power Corporation, Kumho Asiana, Hyundai Elevator, Daelim Industrial, Toyo Engineering, Tmax Soft, Dr.Jart+, Emack & Bolios, Korea Broadcasting System, Seoul Broadcasting System, Korea Electric Power Corporation.

Law professor in South Korea for 11 years, teaching US Securities Law, International Financial Markets, Anglo-American Law, Foreign Direct Investment Litigation, and International Commercial Arbitration.

Senior Fellow and Associate Editor of the Journal of East Asia & International Law, and China and WTO Review (SCOPUS).

University of Pittsburgh School of Law (JD, 2008)

Ithaca College School of Music, BM in Piano Performance (2003)

PhD coursework at Seoul National University and Yonsei University

Current member of the State Bar of Pennsylvania

Former member of the Korean Law Professor’s Association
(2010 – 2022).

Former member of American Immigration Lawyer’s Association.

Riley, A Multilateral Approach to Investor-State Dispute Settlement Issues in the Asia-Pacific Region, Journal of East Asia & International Law (ESCI/SCOPUS) (Spring 2021).

Riley, Legal Liability for Damages Caused by Autonomous Vehicles, Kangwon Law Review (Spring 2021).

Riley, The Current Status of Crytpocurrency Regulation in China and Its Effect Around the World, China & WTO Review (Yijin Institute, SCOPUS) (Spring 2021).

Riley, The US-Korea Free Trade Agreement Revisions Will Have Little Effect on the Balance of Trade, Sogang University Journal of Law and Business (Korea Research Foundation) (2019).

Riley, The Legal and Policy Implications of the US Steel Tariffs on East Asia, Journal of East Asia & International Law (SSCI/Scopus) (Spring 2018).

Riley, US-China Relations in Trump’s First Term,
China and WTO Review (2017).

Riley, An Analysis of Child Abuse Laws in Korea, Kyung Hee University Law Review (2016).

Riley, Corporate Criminal Liability in the United States: Recent Expanded Focus on Individual Accountability, Korea Financial Law Association Law Review (2016).

Riley, Regulation of BitCoin in the United States, Hongik University Law Review (2016).

Riley, The Legality of Japan’s Current Monetary Policy Under International Law, Journal of East Asia & International Law (SSCI/Scopus) (Spring 2014).

Riley, U.S. Social Security Privacy Laws: Recent Trends and Developments, Sungkyunkwan University Law Review (Spring 2014).

Riley, A Preliminary Analysis of the Trans-Pacific Partnership’s IPR and Investment Chapters, Korea Journal of International Trade and Law (Jan. 2013).

Riley, The Whaling Dispute in the South Pacific: A Japanese Perspective, Journal of East Asia & International Law (December 2011).

Riley, The Pharmaceutical-Related Provisions of the U.S. – Korea Free Trade Agreement, Kangwon University Law Review (April 2011).

Sung J


New York, New Jersey
(888) 508-6133

Barred in New York and New Jersey, Sung J has been practicing law since 2009.  His primary practice areas include corporate immigration law, US patent law, and commercial transactions, and has over a decade of in-house corporate experience at top Korean conglomerates.

University of Pittsburgh School of Law (JD, 2009)

Seoul National University, BS Electrical Engineering (2002)

Current member of the State Bars of New York and New Jersey.

US Patent Attorney.

Former member of American Immigration Lawyer’s Association.

Paul Chung

Immigration Consultant

Seoul, Korea
(888) 508-6133

Paul Chung has been a US and Canadian immigration consultant for over 30 years.  Based in Seoul, Korea, Paul has helped thousands of Korean business and individuals achieve US visas and green cards.

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We have helped hundreds of employees working for top corporations managing their most important U.S. investments in semiconductors, solar, petrochemical, manufacturing, fuel cells, pharmaceutical, software, fashion, insurance and more.​