Manager, Associate Lawyer
Peter Choi is a Manager and Associate Lawyer in EY Law’s Business Immigration practice. He handles US immigration matters including nonimmigrant worker petitions and visa applications; immigrant worker petitions and adjustment of status; and matters concerning prevailing wage and working conditions, such as Prevailing Wage Determinations, Labor Condition Applications, and PERM labor certification. Peter assists clients of various sizes from start-ups to multinational corporations, and across a range of industries that includes financial services, insurance, and technology.
Before joining EY Law, Peter provided business immigration services in house at a leading financial technology company based in the Washington, DC area. He is a member of the Maryland bar and the American Immigration Lawyers Association, and is a Foreign Legal Consultant registered with the Law Society of Upper Canada. Peter earned his JD from George Mason University School of Law, where, as a student, he served as a Research Editor of the George Mason University Civil Rights Law Journal and interned at the Arlington Immigration Court in the US Department of Justice’s Executive Office for Immigration Review. Peter holds a BA from the University of Maryland.
- United States Department of Homeland Security Releases Final Rule Increasing OPT for STEM Students, HR and Tax Alert, EY LAW LLP, March 2016
- Immigration as Business Strategy: Simplifying American Immigration Law in a Global Economy, 10 UNIVERSITY OF MASSACHUSETTS LAW REVIEW 164 (2015) (Immigration Article of the Day, IMMIGRATIONPROF BLOG, March 1, 2015)
- The Duty of Care as a Duty in Rem, 4 JOURNAL OF LAW: A PERIODICAL LABORATORY OF LEGAL SCHOLARSHIP (1 NEW VOICES) 307 (2014)