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Updated: Aug 14, 2020
At G.E.B GLOBAL is authorized to represent any client in their immigration matters in any U.S. State, territory, commonwealth, embassy, or consulate because immigration law is controlled by U.S. federal law and Dr. Gregory Boan is licensed to practice immigration law in all U.S. jurisdictions.
We are committed to helping individuals, families, and businesses within the U.S. and abroad to achieve their specific needs and goals.
At G.E.B GLOBAL we are committed to helping:
Artists and athletes file the proper visa based on their talents and abilities;
Individuals holding a bachelor’s degree and 5 years of experience in business, computers, design, the sciences, mathematics, the arts, athletics, technology or engineering, within the U.S. or abroad looking to establish a path towards self-employment or employment sponsorship and permanent residency;
Investors properly source and structure an investment that will be the basis of an investor visa or Green Card
Religious professionals, organizations, or institutions petition for ministers, pastors, or other religious personnel.
Individuals interested in how exactly to transfer a qualifying executive, managerial, or specialized employees from abroad on a temporary or permanent basis
Foreign businesses take the proper steps qualifying their business structure abroad for the expansion and establish of an affiliate or subsidiary company in the U.S. in the future
Entrepreneurs establish, form, register, and file corporate documents in the United States
New Company’s Apply for Federal Employment Identification Number (FEIN) in the U.S.
Individuals in need of Contract Review, Legal Analysis, and Research on questions of law, governmental policies, or administrative procedures
U.S. citizen’s petition for their fiancée, Spouse, Children (unmarried and under age 21) and
Parents, if you are age 21 or older.
Spouses and children (unmarried and under 21 years of age) of lawful permanent residents
Unmarried sons and daughters, 21 years of age and older, of lawful permanent residents
Married sons and daughters of U.S. citizens
Brothers and sisters of U.S. citizens (if the U.S. citizen is 21 years of age and older).
Individuals Seeking Legal Guidance
Individuals in need of research or guidance on specific questions of civil, criminal, or international law
Permanent Residents Considering Citizenship
Individuals in Deportation Proceedings
U.S. Citizens obtain Certificates of Citizenship or Birth Abroad;
Students properly apply for and maintain lawful status as an F1 Student, including their dependents;
Individuals properly apply for, maintain, extend or change status to a B1 business visitor visa or B2 tourist visa, or both;
Qualifying individuals apply for waivers dealing with unlawful presence, cancellation of their removal, or permission to reapply for admission into the U.S.;
Individuals in the appeals process before Immigration Services, the Board of Immigration Appeals “BIA,” and the United States Circuit Eleven Court of Appeals; and,
Victims of domestic abuse by a spouse or parent that is a Permanent Resident or U.S. Citizen.
Do you have a question?
If you are preparing for, or in the process of, applying for a work, student, business, investment, tourist, religious, journalist, or humanitarian visa, or petitioning for permanent residence via self-employment, sponsorship, labor certification, or a family member, among others, please schedule a consultation today!
We welcome you to schedule a consultation on-line today or you may contact us directly if you have any preliminary questions or concerns regarding a consultation.