How Gregory Helps Clients
Gregory Eck has extensive experience handling immigration matters for multinational companies, universities, religious organizations, small businesses and individuals. He helps clients navigate immigrant and non-immigrant visa processes, including:
He also has extensive experience representing clients in removal proceedings and those seeking asylum and other forms of relief before administrative agencies and Federal Court.
Greg has served on the faculty of the Pennsylvania Bar Institute addressing non-immigrant visas for students and business visitors to the United States. In addition, he provides legal counsel to help companies ensure compliance with I-9 matters.
Greg speaks Spanish and has worked and studied in Latin American and West Africa. Before launching his legal career, he was a high school teacher and administrator in Maryland where he taught social studies, religious studies and English as a second language.
What Clients Can Expect
Greg strives to provide the same kind of careful attention to my clients’ needs as he would want to receive if he needed legal counsel. Immigration law is very complicated and both employers and foreign nationals can be understandably confused and intimidated by the U.S. government’s complex network of federal agencies and regulations. Clients rightfully expect clear answers, prompt and friendly attention, and the best legal representation available. These are the same expectations he has for himself.
Outside the Office
Greg enjoys studying the Constitution and our country’s founding documents. He also likes listening to podcasts related to law, the constitution and how it has been interpreted since the founding of the Republic. He also enjoy fitness, travel and SCUBA diving.
- Successfully secured an EB-1 Extraordinary Ability permanent residence application for a noted chemist making groundbreaking strides in water purification with the potential to positively impact the lives of millions of people in the developing world
- Helped secure an executive transfer visa for an international utility and rail system IT company to open a U.S. office, making possible their expansion into the U.S. market
- Helped a man fleeing extreme poverty in Central America be reunited with his wife and children in the United States
University of Miami School of Law, J.D., 2009
Boston College, M.A., 2000, with distinction
Fordham University, M.A., 1992
Georgetown University, B.S., 1988
American Immigration Lawyers Association
Pennsylvania Bar Association
Montgomery Bar Association
Valley Youth House, volunteer and advocate