CHANG AND BOOS'
Mr. Henry J. Chang and Mr. Gregory D. Boos both practice primarily in the field of corporate immigration. Mr. Chang practices in the fields of Canada Immigration law and US immigration law. Mr. Boos practices in the field of US immigration law.
Formerly the principals of the law firm of Chang and Boos, both Messrs. Chang and Boos continue to manage this online immigration resource jointly. However, Mr. Chang is currently a partner with Blaney McMurtry LLP, a full-service law firm in based in Toronto (Ontario); Blaney McMurtry LLP is a member of the TAGLaw Worldwide Network of Law Firms. Mr. Boos is currently the owner of Cascadia Cross-Border Law Group based in Bellingham (Washington).
As established Canadian corporate immigration lawyers and United States corporate immigration lawyers, both Messrs. Chang and Boos offer a full range of legal representation to foreign investors, corporate HR departments, and high net-worth individuals seeking both nonimmigrant visas and immigrant visas. As advisors to corporations and high net-worth individuals, they provide legal advice on human resources matters relating specifically to the temporary and permanent relocation of personnel worldwide (including citizenship and passport issues). The firm's clientele includes global leaders in business, financial services, natural resources, manufacturing, and entertainment, as well as scientists, executives, professionals,
investors (treaty investor visas), and entrepreneurs (EB-5 immigrant visas).
Clients retain Messrs. Chang and Boos when seeking L-1 intracompany transferee visas, Trade NAFTA (TN) visas, E-2 visas for treaty investors and E-1 visas for treaty traders, or H-1B specialty occupation visas. They also retain the firm for representation in permanent residence matters, including petitions as EB-1 executive and manager visas and EB-5 entrepreneur visas (including EB-5 Regional Center cases). Both Mr. Chang and Mr. Boos also assist clients in applying for naturalization and passports.
Messrs. Chang and Boos believe that experienced immigration lawyers play an important role in improving the legal profession as a whole, through the mentoring of less experienced immigration practitioners. In furtherance of this objective, they frequently lecture and publish articles (in the areas of US immigration law and Canadian immigration law) for the legal profession in the United States and Canada.
Selecting an immigration lawyer is often a complex and confusing task. In order to assist potential clients in the decision making process, we have prepared detailed articles on how to choose a Canadian immigration lawyer and how to choose a United States immigration lawyer. We invite you to review these articles before making your decision to retain an immigration lawyer for your case.
CANADA - US IMMIGRATION LAW CENTER