Business Immigration

Business Immigration

SGG Immigration LLP’s business immigration practice group possesses comprehensive knowledge of immigration law and policy and more than a century of experience in employment-based immigration. We advise companies, organizations, and individuals on immigration matters involving specialty occupation workers, managers and executives, investors and entrepreneurs, students and trainees, artists and entertainers, and scientists and researchers, to name a few.

We represent clients of all types and sizes in a wide range of industries, including science, engineering, technology, banking, finance, healthcare, biotechnology, sports, entertainment, education, and marketing. We are a full-service immigration law firm capable of helping clients obtain immigration benefits in any visa category.

Practice Leadership

SGG Immigration LLP’s business immigration practice group possesses comprehensive knowledge of immigration law and policy and more than a century of experience in employment-based immigration. We advise companies, organizations, and individuals on immigration matters involving specialty occupation workers, managers and executives, investors and entrepreneurs, students and trainees, artists and entertainers, and scientists and researchers, to name a few.

We represent clients of all types and sizes in a wide range of industries, including science, engineering, technology, banking, finance, healthcare, biotechnology, sports, entertainment, education, and marketing. We are a full-service immigration law firm capable of helping clients obtain immigration benefits in any visa category.

Kathleen
Grzegorek

Kathleen Grzegorek has been a California State Bar-Certified Specialist in Immigration and Nationality Law for over 20 years.

Yeu
Hong

Yeu S. Hong is a partner at SGG Immigration LLP. Mr. Hong has practiced immigration law since 1998…

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Major lawsuit settlement changes EAD policies for H-4 and L-2 spouses 1920 1440 Michele Franchett

Major lawsuit settlement changes EAD policies for H-4 and L-2 spouses

Plaintiffs in Shergill, et al. v. Mayorkas, No. 21-cv-1295-RSM reached a settlement today with the Department of Homeland Security that represents a major victory for H-4 and L-2 spouses in need of employment authorization. The settlement provides: L-2 spouses (not H-4 spouses) will have employment authorization incident to status[1], and Both L-2 and H-4 spouses…

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U.S. Borders Reopening to Fully Vaccinated Travelers on November 8, 2021 1920 1231 Susan Pilcher

U.S. Borders Reopening to Fully Vaccinated Travelers on November 8, 2021

The White House has announced that widespread country-specific travel bans will be rescinded effective November 8, 2021 for fully vaccinated travelers.   Formal guidance has not yet been issued, but it is expected to apply equally to air travel and land borders.  According to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (“CDC”), COVID-19 vaccines accepted…

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DHS Extends Flexibility Policy Allowing Virtual Inspection of I-9 Documents to December 31, 2021 1920 1280 Michele Franchett

DHS Extends Flexibility Policy Allowing Virtual Inspection of I-9 Documents to December 31, 2021

On August 31, 2021, DHS announced it is extending the temporary policy deferring the physical presence requirements associated with Employment Eligibility Verification (Form I-9) under Section 274A of the Immigration and Nationality Act (“I-9 Flexibility Policy”) for employees hired on or after April 1, 2021, and working exclusively in a remote setting due to COVID-19-related…

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