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Brian Shyr

Washington, D.C. Region*

*Admitted only in MD

P 703-483-8300
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Brian Shyr is an Associate in the Washington, D.C. Region office of Jackson Lewis P.C. His practice focuses on representing employers in business immigration matters, including obtaining employment-based visas and permanent residence for foreign national employees.

While attending law school, Mr. Shyr represented individual clients in removal proceedings and organizational clients in research projects as part of the Immigrant Justice Clinic. He also served as a clerk in the Department of Justice’s Office of Immigration Litigation.

Professional Associations and Activities

  • American Bar Association
  • Maryland State Bar Association, Immigration Section

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February 28, 2018

Brian Shyr Authors "ICE Sweeps California and Increases Enforcement Nationwide"

February 28, 2018

Brian Shyr authors "ICE Sweeps California and Increases Enforcement Nationwide," published by SHRM. Subscription may be required to view article Read More


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Upcoming Oral Argument in H-4 EAD Rule Rescission Case (Finally)
September 27, 2019

The challenge over the rule providing work authorization for spouses of certain H-1B workers who are in the Green Card process finally will be heard before the U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit on September 27, 2019. Read More

Cases Over Controversial Citizenship Question in 2020 Census Proceed as Print Deadline Nears
March 20, 2019

The 2020 decennial census is scheduled to begin on April 1, 2020, but several cases challenging the Administration’s decision to include a citizenship question in the census are putting the Administration’s June 30, 2019, “go to print” deadline at risk. Read More

Litigation Over H-4 EAD Rule Rescission Continues
September 21, 2018

The uncertainty regarding the rescission of the H-4 EAD Rule continues to drag on and the plaintiffs in Save Jobs USA v. United States Department of Homeland Security are getting tired of waiting. Read More