Glen M. Krebs


P 859-288-7409

F 859-259-0649


250 West Main Street

Suite 1600

Lexington, KY 40507

Glen Krebs is a member of the Firm's Labor & Employment Service Team.  He concentrates his practice in international and immigration law. 

  • Representative Matters 
    • Appeared on behalf of clients at U.S. embassies in Ghana, China, Japan, Russia, Canada and Bulgaria and represented clients from more than 65 different countries
    • Assisted more than 40 Japanese companies establish their presence in the United States
  • Honors 


    • Woodward/White’s The Best Lawyers in America® Immigration Law, 1991-2021
    • "AV" rated in Martindale-Hubbell
  • Education 

    1981 - J.D., California Western School of Law

    1979 - B.A., Brigham Young University

  • Presentations 

    Mr. Krebs has spoken extensively on the subject of Doing Business with the Japanese and on Immigration Law.  His lectures include:

    • "Immigration Compliance and Enforcement: E-Verify or Else!," Kentucky Bar Association 21st Annual Issues for Corporate House Counsel CLE Seminar, April 2011, Louisville, KY
    • "Immigration Compliance and Enforcement: E-Verify or Else!," Improve Your Track Record at Wyatt's Employment Law Seminar , April 13, 2011, Lexington, KY
    • "H-2B Visa Petition Process and Compliance & Enforcement, E-Verify," Bluegrass Chaplaincy Seminar, March 14, 2011
    • "International Trade," Kentucky Export Initiative, KY Goes Global, by KY Cabinet for Economic Development, February 1, 2011
    • "Immigration Compliance and Enforcement: E-Verify or Else!," 21st Annual Issues for Corporate House Counsel CLE Seminar, December 20, 2010, Nashville TN
    • "The A,B,C's of Japanese Expectations," various forums
    • "E-Visas," Japan American Society, 2003
    • "United States Immigration: Fact, Fiction and The Future," International Symposium of Japan-America Societies, June 1995
  • Publications 
    • "Presidential Proclamation Suspending the Entry of Certain Immigrants Into the United States - What You Should Know," American Immigration Lawyers Association, April 2020
    • "How Does the New Public Charge Rule Affect You?" co-author, Wyatt Employment Law Report, March 2020
    • Legal Aspects of Horse Farm Operations (4th ed. 2014), University of Kentucky College of Law, Office of Continuing Legal Education, Contributing Author
    • "Arizona's Immigration Laws:  Where Do We Go From Here?," with Gregory L. Adams, The Federal Lawyer, Nov/Dec 2010
    • "H-2B or Not to Be," The Federal Lawyer, July 2009
    • "U.S. Immigration & Naturalization Law Affecting Foreign Companies and Employees," in The Legal Aspects of Doing Business in Kentucky, published by Kentucky Chamber
  • Professional Activities and Memberships 
    • American Immigration Lawyers Association, fifteen years
    • State Bar of California
    • Fayette County and Kentucky Bar Associations
  • Admissions 
    • Kentucky
    • California
  • Civic Involvement 
    • Chair of the Kentucky World Trade Center
    • Member of the Executive Board of Bluegrass Council of Boy Scouts
    • Chairman of the Japan/America Society of Kentucky, six years
    • Treasurer for the National Association of Japan American Societies, three years
    • Active in Boy Scouts of America and the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints
    • First Chairman of the Friends of the Arts School, Inc., a group supporting the School for the Creative and Performing Arts
  • Languages 
    • Fluent in Japanese