Min S. Suh
Firm:
Obermayer Rebmann Maxwell & Hippel LLP
Phone:Array
Address: 1617 John F. Kennedy Boulevard, 19th Floor
Philadelphia, PA 19103

Membership: Professional & Community Activities•Member, Widener University's Board of Trustees (2008 - present) •Member, National Advisory Council for the Korean War National Museum (2012 - present) •Board Member, International Association of Korean Lawyer
University: The Richard Stockton College of New Jersey, B.S., 1991, Widener University School of Law, J.D., 1995
Admitted: 1995, Pennsylvania; 1996, New Jersey; U.S. District Court, Eastern District of Pennsylvania
Biography: Min S. Suh focuses on employment-based immigration law, including non-immigrant work visa petitions, permanent employment certification applications and immigrant visa petitions. She assists companies in developing “best practices” programs in I-9 Compliance and Verification, and has extensive experience in worksite enforcement. Ms. Suh represents United States and multi-national companies engaged in global mobilization of personnel.Ms. Suh has practiced immigration law exclusively since 1996. Prior to joining the firm, she was a shareholder at another Philadelphia law firm in the immigration practice group. Prior to that, she was a partner at a major international firm, as well as a national law firm. Prior to law school, Ms. Suh was a legislative assistant at a Washington, D.C.-based government relations firm where she assisted in the research and development of various lobbying strategies and initiatives.Ms. Suh's practice focuses on:•Representing multinational and domestic corporations in employment-based immigration matters before the U.S. Departments of Homeland Security, Labor and State •Representing companies and individuals in immigration-related administrative and federal court litigation, including defense of enforcement actions and federal court review of agency actions •Developing management strategies and compliance programs, and performing due diligence to assess possible penalties and minimize deficiencies •Representing employers in employer sanctions cases under the Immigration Reform and Control Act of 1986 •Counseling individuals of extraordinary ability, including professional athletes, academic researchers, professors, international medical graduates and physicians, as well as individuals whose immigration is in the national interest in obtaining immigration benefits •Counseling companies in developing effective global mobility policies and assisting them in establishing compliance programs on a global basis •Representing employers in employment and immigration matters before administrative agencies such as the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, U.S. Department of Justice and U.S. Department of Homeland Security Honors & Awards•“40 Under 40” by Philadelphia Business Journal (2008) •“Lawyer on the Fast Track” by Legal Intelligencer and Pennsylvania Law Weekly (2004) •Super Lawyer by Philadelphia Magazine and Law & Politics Magazine (2006, 2007) Presentations•“Knock, Knock - Who's There? It's the DOL (Big Bad Wolf) - Let Me In!” Preparing for the DOL Investigation. (October 30, 2014) Related Firm News•Min Suh Appointed Chair of Firm Diversity Committee •Firm featured in Philadelphia Business Journal, Obermayer starts immigration practice with Suh •Obermayer Adds Labor Relations & Employment Law Partner Related Articles Publications•Immigration reform can help Philadelphia get international talent Related Presentations•Immigration Attorney Min Suh Speaks at Drexel University's World Fusion Fest Workshop Related Blogs Posts•Federal Judge Enjoins President's Immigration Action •Illegal Immigrants and DACA: What Is It and Why Is It Important? •Executive Action on Immigration Expected as Early as This Week •Executive Action on Immigration Expected as Early as This Week