Sujin Kim is Of Counsel in the Economic Development and Incentives, International Trade, and Immigration practices. A native Korean, Sujin is uniquely suited for her active role in these practice groups. Due to her understanding of both business environments and their cultures, she is able to provide a vast array of legal and non-legal services to clients and their employees (for both in- and out-bounds), connecting them with leaders in areas such as banking, accounting, state and local government, immigration, insurance and real estate.
Sujin focuses on American and Korean corporations and individuals seeking to make investments under the Republic of Korea - U.S. Free Trade Agreement (KORUS-FTA). She also provides resources and advice on global mobility and immigration for professionals seeking employment abroad and for multi-national companies managing the immigration process for their employees worldwide. Additionally, Sujin provides guidance, advice, counsel and representation for businesses and individuals in matters of immigrant and nonimmigrant visas with a subspecialty focusing on the U.S. Immigration Investor Program (EB-5 Program). She represents U.S. and international clients before the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS), U.S. Department of Labor, U.S. Department of State, and Executive Office of Immigration Review (Immigration Court).
Sujin is actively involved in the domestic and international business community and local community, serving as a member of The National Unification Advisory Council, a constitutional institution, to the President of South Korea, as a board member of the Korea Southeast U.S. Chamber of Commerce, and as an advisory legal counsel to the Federation of Korean Associations of the Southeastern U.S. Sujin has been involved in numerous international and regional civic organizations, including Rotary International (in both South Korea and Alabama), L’Arche Inc., an international federation of communities for people with disabilities, and the Jesuit Volunteer Corps. She is fluent in English and Korean.