Jason Garchie is an associate attorney in our San Diego office. His practice focuses on business immigration, including PERM labor certification and both nonimmigrant and immigrant visa petitions for national and multinational corporate clients. Jason has over two years of experience working in the immigration field.
Jason received his J.D. from Thomas Jefferson School of Law in 2017 and is a member of the State Bar of California. In law school, Jason focused in International Law. He participated in a study abroad program in Nice, France where he served as the Teaching Assistant for Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas’ Comparative Constitutional Law course at Universite Nice Sophia Antipolis Faculté de Droit et Science Politique. Jason also completed in the Philip C. Jessup International Law Moot Court competition, the world’s largest moot court competition with participants from over 100 countries and 700 law schools. Jason received the CALI Excellence for the Future Award in International Business Transactions and upon graduation was awarded certification in Global Legal Studies.
Jason has a unique perspective on immigration from his background. His father immigrated to the U.S. from the Philippines while his mother’s family staked their claim in Kansas during westward expansion. This dual perspective of recent immigrants and traditional settlers helps Jason maintain a compassionate, understanding and grounded perspective on the immigration process. In today’s global economy, Jason appreciates that businesses depend on their ability to locate and hire highly skilled workers no matter their country of citizenship. Jason takes pride in his ability to provide knowledgeable immigration legal assistance to businesses thereby allowing them to focus on their core competencies.