Back to Top skip to main content
Green and Spiegel - An Immigration Law Firm - United States
Feb 5, 2016

Jonathan Grode Addresses the French Chamber of Commerce and Industry in Paris

Jonathan A. Grode

January 29, 2016 – The French Chamber of Commerce and Industry (CCI) hosted a forum to educate and promote French corporate business development in the United States. Jonathan Grode, Green and Spiegel U.S.’s Practice Director was invited by the CCI to lead the discussion on immigration considerations when entering the United States market. Representatives from several government agencies (both French and America) as well as a variety of French startups and well-established companies looking to expand their business to North America attended Jonathan’s presentation. Jonathan covered the primary means of entering the United States for employment based immigration from France as well as the importance of developing a sound corporate migration policy. Following the seminar Jonathan was able to meet one-on-one with employers for individual question and answer sessions.

Related Team

Jonathan Grode

Jonathan A. Grode

215-395-8959

215-395-8959

email Jonathan

Philadelphia (US Headquarters)
Providence (New England)

Full Biography

Jonathan A. Grode

Recent Blogs

Sep 18, 2020

Update on Upcoming USCIS Fee Changes

• Fee increases and corresponding versions of new forms will apply to filings postmarked 10/02/2020 or later. • Fee increases by a weighted average of 20%, $10.00 discount available to online filings. • Significant increases for naturalization and overall cost of adjustment of status. • Asylum Applications will now carry $50.00 fee. • Premium Processing will remain the same fee but with 15-business-day deadline. • Most separate biometric fees eliminated and built-in to overall filing fee. • Several fee waivers no longer available. Learn more in this blog.

Sep 17, 2020

Appeals Court Rules Trump Administration Can End Temporary Protected Status (TPS)

The United States Circuit Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit ruled Monday that President Trump can put an end to Temporary Protected Status (TPS), which would deny more than 300,000 individuals the ability to remain in the United States legally. Learn more in this blog.

Aug 26, 2020

President Trump’s RNC Naturalization Ceremony Was Misleading

Last night, The Republican National Convention broadcast featured a prerecorded segment in which President Trump hosted a naturalization ceremony for five candidates at the White House. The president attempted to soften his image of being harsh on immigration by highlighting the achievements of these five diverse individuals and emphasizing the incredible honor of becoming a naturalized citizen of the United States. Learn more in this blog.