Chris supports employers and individuals on a wide range of immigrant and non-immigrant matters. He strives to provide creative solutions to complex immigration issues, and is dedicated to working closely with clients to help them understand and navigate the immigration process.
Chris first became interested in immigration law while he was working as a paralegal for a local immigration law firm, before continuing to earn his Juris Doctor degree from Boston University School of Law. While in law school, Chris was an editor for the Boston University International Law Journal and worked as a Student Attorney with the Boston University Civil Litigation and Justice Program, where he represented clients in a wide range of family, employment, and housing related matters. Prior to joining Clark Lau, Chris also worked as a litigator at a local firm and represented clients on a variety of employment actions, including those brought under the Massachusetts antidiscrimination statue, Whistleblower Act, and Wage Act. Chris is excited to join Clark Lau as an Associate and eager to return his focus to providing effective immigration solutions for clients.
Chris’ hobbies include: cooking, camping, and reading.