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Dec 9, 2019

Growth at Green and Spiegel New England Prompts Move to Larger Location

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To accommodate continued growth, Green and Spiegel U.S. LLC will relocate its Providence, Rhode Island office to a larger space situated at 400 Westminster Street, Suite #49 Providence, RI 02903.

Green and Spiegel, an international immigration law firm, is proud to announce a new location for its New England office in Providence, Rhode Island.The new location will open on December 9, 2019 and allow for further expansion beyond Green and Spiegel’s existing New England footprint to assist a broader clientele.

Jonathan Grode, Green and Spiegel’s Practice Director,addressed the move and stated: “Green and Spiegel is very committed to Providence, Rhode Island and New England. I am very pleased with the growth we have experienced in this region over the past seven years and we are excited to invest further to better address the demand for our services.Our new location will allow us to better serve our clients’ immigration needs with increased staff and expertise.”

Green and Spiegel U.S. has been located in Providence, Rhode Island since the firm’s inception in the United States in 2012. The talented and diverse team of attorneys in Providence offers a full range of United States immigration services for employers, temporary workers, entrepreneurs, investors, individuals, and families. Immigration experts at Green and Spiegel have both the depth and breadth of knowledge to provide businesses and families with proficient immigration solutions that ensure global mobility.

To date, Green and Spiegel has five partners and a family of over 150 employees. Since expanding upon its Canadian roots into the U.S., the practice has grown substantially, representing well known clients operating in healthcare, insurance, professional sports, information technology, and various other industries. As a boutique firm, they cater to entrepreneurs, investors, and start-ups seeking immigration benefits. By focusing their practice exclusively on immigration, their attorneys are well-versed in the ever-changing landscape of United States immigration laws.

The new office location reflects Green and Spiegel’s ability to evolve with the needs of their clients. To learn more about Green and Spiegel’s full array of immigration services, call 401-454-7880, email or visit their new Providence Office located at 400 Westminster Street, Suite 49, Providence, Rhode Island 02903. Hablamos español.

ABOUT: Green and Spiegel, LLC is a law firm specializing in North American immigration law. The U.S. headquarters is located in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania with additional offices in Colorado, Ohio, and Rhode Island. From large corporate employee transfers to difficult family sponsorships and humanitarian applications for permanent residence, Green and Spiegel can help. With top legal minds in corporate employee transfers, removal/deportation, immigrant investment, family immigration, immigration compliance, and resolving inadmissibility issues, the professionals at Green and Spiegel have been recognized as industry leaders.

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