Minal practices immigration and nationality law, concentrating in employment-based immigration. She represents corporate and individual clients before U.S. immigration authorities and federal agencies. She obtains temporary work authorization and permanent resident status for international personnel, including executives, multinational managers, scientific researchers, professionals, health care workers, students and artists.
Advising companies on the employment of foreign nationals, Minal consults with employers to implement effective immigration policies and compliance procedures. She has managed immigration matters for established global companies and start-ups in a wide range of industries.
Prior to beginning her immigration practice, she served as Appellate Law Clerk to Chief Justice Ronald T. Y. Moon of the Supreme Court of the State of Hawaii.