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Zekuumba Zekkariyas

October 2, 2015

Zekuumba Zekkariyas is an esteemed client and musical artist who was born in the U.S., but needed the services of GRAYLAW to repatriate to the United States...

Notes from our Clients

July 22, 2015

Graylaw is pleased to receive notes of thanks from clients who are genuinely pleased with services provided. We take great pleasure in changing lives for those looking to live the American Dream! The following is a note received from a former client...

Chef Massimilliano Blasone

June 12, 2015

Gray law is thrilled to represent two-time Michelin star and international executive chef Massimiliano Blasone. We obtained his approval in the EB-1 Extraordinary Ability for permanent resident status. His talents are in high demand by high-end fine dining restaurants...

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Welcome to GrayLaw!

Established in 1987, Humberto R. Gray, a Professional Law Corporation, is a full–service immigration law firm, providing foreign nationals with the highest caliber legal services available. Among GrayLaw’s clientele are countless business professionals, investors, athletes, artists, actors, scientists and physicians including film actors Neve Campbell, Selina Giles, Stacey Dash, Tiny Lister and Salma Hayek, musicians Billy Idol, Ziggy Marley, John Anderson and Nustrat Fateh Ali Khan, professional baseball players Eric Gagne, Hong-Chih Kuo and Pedro Martinez, PGA golfers Steve Elkington, Vijay Singh and Lorie Kane, NHL superstars Marty McSorely, Luc Robitaille, and, yes, Wayne Gretzky, NBA notables Rick Fox, Vlade Divac, Olden Polinice, as well as the owner of the WORLD CHAMPION LAKERS, Dr. Jerry Buss… to name a few.

Areas of Practice

  • Non-Immigrant (temporary professional visas)
  • Immigrant visas (green card)
  • National Interest Waiver Cases
  • Petitions Involving Extraordinary Ability
  • Million Dollar Investments
  • Labor Certifications
  • Family Petitions
  • Deportation/Removal Court Proceedings
  • Asylum Representation
  • Naturalization
  • Employer Sanctions
  • Consular Processing