Grossman Young & Hammond

U.S. Immigration Attorneys

Grossman Young & Hammond is an internationally recognized law firm whose foremost goal is Transcending Borders  for our clients. Whether that means securing a work visa for a corporate executive, a candidate with critical technical skill, or a trailblazing researcher, guiding you to lawful status in the United States based on investment, representing individuals in deportation proceedings, or advising activists, persecuted individuals, or other attorneys on human rights issues, asylum, and INTERPOL matters, we have the experience and knowledge you deserve.

Our attorneys are tenacious, yet compassionate. We aggressively represent our clients to help them build a better future for themselves, institutionally, professionally and personally. We are unique among immigration law firms in that we provide comprehensive immigration legal services to large corporations, preeminent research institutions, small and mid-sized businesses and privately-owned corporations, individuals, families, and nonprofit organizations. Our attorneys are recognized for their experience in immigration law and business, criminal, and human rights law, which allows us to address your issue in the most effective way possible.

Your trust in us is invaluable, and we will work to build and retain that trust through the reliable, high-quality counsel we provide. Grossman Young & Hammond is Transcending Borders to meet your U.S. immigration goals.

 

Recent Blog Posts

May
21
By: Yeon Me Kim AILA, the professional membership organization for immigration attorneys, published a policy brief analyzing published USCIS data showing its processing times for the adjudication of various petitions and applications for immigration… Read More
May
21
By: Yeon Me Kim In many states and the District of Columbia, the cultivation, possession, distribution, and use of both medical and non-medial (recreational) marijuana has become legal. However, if you are planning on becoming a U.S. citizen, you sho… Read More
May
21
By: Yeon Me Kim Since March 2019, CBP officers have been refusing border processing at US/Canada ports of entry for L-1 extensions under NAFTA (i.e., Canadian L-1 extensions). This policy change came without any formal public announcement and left im… Read More

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