To chase, follow or take legal action against someone or something etc in order to catch them, attack them or to get a legal remedy etc.
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44 years of experience
Immigration Law, Civil Rights, International Law
Greg Boos is a noted U.S. immigration lawyer and award-winning cross-border advocate. His practice emphasizes business immigration, and he represents a broad spectrum of multi-national companies and international businesspersons. A results-oriented advocate, Greg has been named one of the world’s leading practitioners of U.S. immigration law by the International Who’s Who of Corporate Immigration Lawyers. Based on peer reviews, Martindale-Hubbell has awarded Greg an AV Preeminent rating, a testament to the fact that his colleagues rank him at the highest level of professional excellence. Greg received his Juris Doctor degree from the University of Idaho in 1977. He is a member of the Washington State Bar Association and the bars of various U.S. Federal courts. He is also licensed as a Practitioner of Foreign Law by the Law Society of British Columbia. The International Criminal Court has approved Greg to practice before it and includes him as one of approximately 300 lawyers worldwide on its List of Counsel. Greg is an Adjunct Professor at Western Washington University where he acts as an external advisor to its Border Policy Research Institute. He is President of the Pacific Corridor Enterprise Council, a Vancouver BC – based non-profit organization formed to promote cross-border trade and advocate for removal of barriers that impede the legitimate flow of people, goods and services across the Canada/USA border. Attorneys worldwide read Greg’s articles regarding cross-border tactics and strategy. He is a regular speaker at conferences where he shares his expertise on border security and other immigration-related issues. Greg’s latest pro-bono effort centers around expedited removal, a process by which persons may be barred entry from the United States for 5 years to life. A brief that Greg has prepared for filing in a major court challenge to expedited removal can be found at this link: Amicus Brief of 9th Circuit Case View More ›
1978 - Current