Butzel immigration law attorney profiled by Michigan Asian Pacific Bar Association and Michigan Department of Labor & Economic Opportunity
DETROIT, Mich. – Butzel immigration law attorney Reginald A. Pacis, is profiled in a Michigan Asian Pacific Bar Association (MAPBA) LinkedIn social media post highlighting his career accomplishments. Further, he is profiled in a Michigan Department of Labor & Economic Opportunity e-newsletter. The links coincide since May is Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month.
Pacis focuses his practice in immigration law and has handled a variety of immigration matters including H-1B specialty occupation cases, L-1 Intracompany transfers, Labor Certification matters, Immigrant Visa Petitions/Adjustment of Status applications and interviews, TN Free trade cases, H-1B Department of Labor Investigations, I-9 employer verification compliance, and U.S. Port of Entry airport and land port interviews.
In 2021, Pacis was appointed a trustee to the Michigan Asian Pacific American Affairs Commission (MAPAAC), which helps address the needs and concerns of the Asian Pacific American (APA) communities in Michigan. Previously, he was a commissioner to the MAPAAC.
Pacis was named Immigration Lawyer of the Year 2013 in the field of Immigration Law by The Best Lawyers in America and has been listed in Best Lawyers for several years.
He is a member of the American Bar Association, the American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA), and the Samahang Pilipino Ng Oakland Filipino organization. He served two consecutive one-year terms from 2003 to 2005 as Chairperson of the Michigan Chapter of AILA and was a member of the AILA National Board of Governors for those terms.