Meyer Law Group

Meyer Law Group offers the full range of business and family-based immigration solutions for corporations, individuals, and families. With a long history in this field, we deliver expert immigration counsel and focus personal attention to the needs of each client.

Our Industry Experience

Meyer Law Group serves both corporations and foreign national employees in a full range of advisory and employment-based immigration matters. Our team of professionals has accumulated numerous years of experience working with clients in the private and non-profit sectors, academic and research institutions, as well as large and mid-sized multinational corporations. Led by Brandon Meyer, our firm thoroughly understands your need to compete successfully in the market, as well as the regulatory obstacles one might face with the USCIS and other entities operating within the U.S. Department of State. » read more

EB-5 Green Cards

Meyer Law Group and Brandon Meyer are widely known on the national and international level for providing expert legal representation in the broad and complex areas of EB-5 visas and regional center matters. Mr. Meyer and his staff are highly qualified to provide consultation in all legal matters related to the EB-5 visa and the Regional Center Pilot Program, and can provide direction for corporate structuring, securities regulations, and tax and financial issues. Meyer Law Group will work with regional center developers and businesses by assembling and facilitating an elite group of corporate and securities attorneys, economists, and business plan writers to help your regional center receive USCIS designation in a timely manner. » read more

PERM Labor Certification Process

The PERM Labor Certification application is a very complex process that typically precedes the immigrant petition. Meyer Law Group specializes in complex PERM procedures and it is in the best interest of the employer to obtain legal counsel, especially when there are layoffs, PERM audits, denials or revocations of labor certifications, insufficient recruitment efforts and recruitment reports, and supervised recruitment efforts. Some foreign nationals qualifying under the EB-2 (second preference) and EB-3 (third preference) employment-based immigration (“green card”) categories will undergo a “three-step” process towards obtaining a green card... » read more