Clark is an Associate in the Dallas office of Berry Appleman & Leiden LLP. He advises corporate clients on U.S. immigration and nationality law, policy, and regulatory compliance. Specializing in employment and family-based immigration, his practice focus includes PERM (Labor Certification), immigrant visas, and adjustment of status applications, where he represents employers and individuals before the US Department of Labor, the US Department of Homeland Security, and the US Department of State.
Prior to his current role, Clark was a member of BAL’s Global immigration practice group, where he managed the firm’s inbound Canada practice and was part of BAL’s Global account management team. As Canadian practice manager, he assessed clients’ Canadian immigration needs, developed and facilitated short-term and long-term immigration strategies, and, in partnership with BAL’s local counsel in Canada, assisted clients in obtaining the appropriate Canadian visas for their international workforce.
During his time on the Global account management team, Clark provided consultation on strategies and best practices for developing and executing global mobility programs, to multinational companies in a wide range of industries, including energy, healthcare, financial services, engineering, manufacturing, and information technology. He also assisted clients with planning for their specific global immigration needs by utilizing his experience with business visitor, work permit, and resident permit requirements in multiple jurisdictions around the world.
Before joining BAL, Clark worked at a law firm in the Salt Lake City area, practicing a broader range of business, civil, criminal, and U.S. immigration law, including family-based immigration and removal defense. Additionally, during law school, Clark was a Judicial Law Clerk Intern with the US Department of Justice’s Executive Office for Immigration Review and a Legal Intern with the Office of the Chief Counsel for the US Department of Homeland Security’s Immigration and Customs Enforcement.
Education & Admissions
University of Miami School of Law, Juris Doctorate
University of Utah, Bachelor of Science, Political Science
Admitted to: State Bar of Utah
American Immigration Lawyers Association