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Posted in Department of State, EB-5, EB-5 Processing Times, Green Cards, Vietnamese

As you may know, the EB-5 immigrant visa category is expected to retrogress for Vietnam this year.  Below is a guide to frequently asked questions pertaining to the announcement of retrogression. 1. Is there a mechanism by which my child or children may continue to be eligible for immigrant visas as my dependents based on… Continue Reading

Posted in Awards & Recognitions

The Legal Intelligencer’s editorial staff selected the top 25 attorneys across Pennsylvania for the 2016 Top Women in Law recognition. This year, Greenberg Traurig attorney Jennifer Hermansky was recognized and included on the list.  The attorneys listed were selected for their notable achievements in the practice of law.  To read the full article, click here…. Continue Reading

Posted in Firm News

Pennsylvania Super Lawyers magazine recognized attorneys Matthew Galati and Jennifer Hermansky as a “Rising Stars” in Immigration law for 2016.  According to the Super Lawyers website, the Rising Star selection process is based on peer recognition and professional achievement, as well as a third party research. Hermansky has been ranked as a Super Lawyer since 2014. … Continue Reading

Posted in General

Greenberg Traurig Shareholder Ian Macdonald was interviewed for the Law360 Q&A to discuss his practice and what he believes to be on the horizon for immigration law. Macdonald identifies various areas of immigration that require reform and addresses the importance in the global mobility space. Read Law360’s Q&A With Greenberg Traurig’s Ian Macdonald.

Posted in General

Greenberg Traurig Shareholder Laura Reiff provides insight into her career as an immigration attorney in the recent Law360 Q&A article.  Law360 was interested in learning more about the challenges Reiff faces, what areas of the immigration practice are in need of reform, and other important topics. Read Law360’s Q&A With Greenberg Traurig’s Laura Reiff.