Corona Wang practices immigration law in the Boston office of Ogletree Deakins. She possesses extensive experience in employment and family-based immigration, supporting mid-sized and large, multinational corporations, start-ups, and individual clients with their immigration-related goals. Corona has experience managing a variety of nonimmigrant and immigrant visa types including H-1Bs, TNs, E3s, O-1s, L-1s (including new office), Js, PERMs, EB-1s, NIWs, and Adjustment of Status. In addition to advising clients on day to day concerns, Corona is enthusiastically committed to helping clients navigate major changes in immigration law and policy. She works collaboratively with clients through internal tax reorgs, RIFs, mergers, and acquisitions, providing clear guidance on anticipated impact to their sponsored employee demographic and thoughtful solutions to ensure the smoothest transition. Corona is fluent in Mandarin Chinese.
Insights by Corona C. Wang
The U.S. Department of State recently updated four provisions in the Foreign Affairs Manual related to visa processing for E-1, E-2, and E-3 applicants and eligible family members (i.e., spouses and children) seeking derivative status.