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Akiko Shipper is a Senior Paralegal with Erickson Immigration Group. She has worked in immigration law for over 5 years and has a wide range of experience from family-based and employment-based immigrant visas, O-1 Extra Ordinary Ability visa for performing artists, to religious workers.

Being an immigrant herself and having first-hand experience going through the H-1B and I-140/AOS process, Akiko feels passionate about helping those in the same situation and aspires to make it as humane experience as possible.

The University of London, School of Oriental and African Studies, Master’s in Modern Japanese History (London, UK)

Rikkyo University, Bachelor’s in Pre-Modern Japanese History (Tokyo, Japan)

English, Japanese

My #1 Rule

“What you spend years creating, others could destroy overnight. Create anyway.” — Mother Teresa

Akiko Shipper is a Senior Paralegal with Erickson Immigration Group. She has worked in immigration law for over 5 years and has a wide range of experience from family-based and employment-based immigrant visas, O-1 Extra Ordinary Ability visa for performing artists, to religious workers.

Being an immigrant herself and having first-hand experience going through the H-1B and I-140/AOS process, Akiko feels passionate about helping those in the same situation and aspires to make it as humane experience as possible.

My #1 Rule

“What you spend years creating, others could destroy overnight. Create anyway.” — Mother Teresa

The University of London, School of Oriental and African Studies, Master’s in Modern Japanese History (London, UK)

Rikkyo University, Bachelor’s in Pre-Modern Japanese History (Tokyo, Japan)

English, Japanese

Akiko Shipper is a Senior Paralegal with Erickson Immigration Group. She has worked in immigration law for over 5 years and has a wide range of experience from family-based and employment-based immigrant visas, O-1 Extra Ordinary Ability visa for performing artists, to religious workers.

Being an immigrant herself and having first-hand experience going through the H-1B and I-140/AOS process, Akiko feels passionate about helping those in the same situation and aspires to make it as humane experience as possible.

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Education

The University of London, School of Oriental and African Studies, Master’s in Modern Japanese History (London, UK)

Rikkyo University, Bachelor’s in Pre-Modern Japanese History (Tokyo, Japan)

Languages

English, Japanese