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Grace Shie

Grace Shie

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"Very talented"

Legal 500 US

Grace Shie is a partner in Mayer Brown's Washington DC office and a member of the Employment & Benefits group focusing on global mobility and immigration. She advises multinational companies on employee mobility and management of the work corps across the globe, including in major financial centers and emerging markets. Grace's background includes five years in Hong Kong where she led a top-ranked immigration practice covering Greater China and managed matters for clients in the Asia-Pacific region. Grace, who is fluent in Mandarin, continues to maintain a practice focus on inbound expatriate movement into China and Hong Kong. In addition, she has a longstanding command of US immigration across the commercial nonimmigrant and immigrant visa categories and manages global immigration matters across all worldwide regions.

Grace provides immigration compliance advice to public and private companies operating in regulated industries and across a variety of industry sectors, including financial services and banking, technology and communications, security and defense, manufacturing, and retail. She advises clients on the use of available work permit and visa categories to meet hiring and training needs for a global workforce. She counsels employers on the intersection of immigration, employment, and tax considerations when planning cross-border staffing and engaging in new market entry. Grace also advises private banking clients on global investment visa options to acquire permanent residency and foreign citizenship.

In 2017, Grace was selected by Law360 as a "Rising Star" (Top 40 Under 40) in the Immigration practice area—one of three lawyers to receive that recognition. She also has been named by Washingtonian magazine as a Top Lawyer in the field of Immigration and recognized by Who’s Who Legal for Corporate Immigration. Grace is a co-editor of The Mobile Workforce, the firm's blog to provide employers with a direct line of sight into immigration policy-making and practices across the globe. She also serves as co-chair of the firm's DC Women's Forum.

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