Practice Leadership

The firm’s Business Immigration Practice leadership is comprised of a highly skilled group led by Kathleen Grzegorek, Josie Gonzalez and Yeu Hong.  This dynamic team of attorneys possess more than 68 years of experience in immigration law.  As a full-service firm, the SGG Business Immigration Practice Group represents individuals and companies in a vast area of specialties, dedicated to providing excellent legal representation making SGG one of the most trustworthy and reliable firms nationwide

Kathleen Grzegorek

Kathleen Grzegorek has been a California State Bar-Certified Specialist in Immigration and Nationality Law for over 20 years. She has over twenty-seven years of immigration experience serving a diverse client base with an emphasis on business immigration in the professional, high technology, academic, fine arts, scientific and entertainment fields. Clients ... Read More

Josie Gonzalez

Josie Gonzalez is a partner of Stone Grzegorek & Gonzalez LLP, and has represented employers in all aspects of immigration law for 30 years. She is a former public defender and criminal defense attorney. Ms. Gonzalez is a graduate of the University of California, Berkeley, where she received Bachelor’s, Master’s, ... Read More

Yeu Hong

Yeu S. Hong is a partner at Stone Grzegorek & Gonzalez LLP. Mr. Hong has practiced immigration law since 1998 and was employed at a Los Angeles based boutique immigration law firm for 13 years prior to joining Stone Grzegorek & Gonzalez LLP in 2014. He represents individuals and corporations ... Read More

Latest Info

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18 December 2018

SGG Client Earns National Recognition – And a Green Card

SGG was privileged in 2018 to have assisted Salvadoran poet Javier Zamora with securing permanent U.S. residence after having migrated to this country illegally, alone, at the age of 9.   Mr. Zamora’s poetry has earned sustained national acclaim for its moving exploration of his experiences escaping the violent aftermath of ... Read More

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14 December 2018

USCIS Issues Revised Guidance on Unlawful Presence for Students and Exchange Visitors

On August 9, 2018, U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) published a final policy memorandum revising the rules for calculating unlawful presence for those in student F (student), J (exchange visitor), and M (vocational student) nonimmigrant status and their dependents while in the United States. Most non-immigrant visa holders are admitted ... Read More

16 November 2018

H-1B cap electronic pre-registration on Fall 2018 Regulatory Agenda Released by the Department of Homeland Security

The Department of Homeland Security has released its Fall 2018 Regulatory Agenda. One notable agenda item involves the pre-registration of H-1B petitions filed subject to the H-1B cap.  A pre-registration system would require an H-1B Petitioner to register its intent to submit a petition for an individual beneficiary in advance ... Read More

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