Specializing in Immigration Law
Family Immigration for Spouses, Fiancés, Parents, Children, and Brothers/Sisters
EB5 Investor Immigration including I-526 and I-829 Petitions, Direct Investments and Regional Centers
Self-Petitioning Immigration through Eb1A "Extraordinary Ability" and Eb2 National Interest Waivers for Accomplished Professionals, Academics, Scientists, Physicians, Artists, and Athletes
Employment Immigration through Eb2 and Eb3 categories, PERM Certification and Recruitment
Work Visas H1B, L1, O1, R1, E2, and TN
J1 Waivers for Researchers, Specialists, Physicians, and Other Professionals
Change of Status and Work Authorization for H4, L2, and J2 Spouses
Office Setup for U.S. branches of Foreign Companies
Our mission is to provide transparent and effective immigration services. Before taking any case, Attorney Michael Shepsis will work carefully to understand your situation, and to address all of your questions and concerns. He will review your options with you, and he will outline time frames, costs, and risks so that you can be confident about the process and what to expect.
Attorney Shepsis has a demonstrated track record of success. He works with families, accomplished professionals, high-net-worth individuals, and multinational companies. Attorney Shepsis is committed to his clients and takes great pride in helping them achieve their goals.
Michael earned his law degree from Northeastern University School of Law in 2009, and a B.S.B.A. with a concentration in accounting from Boston University in 2003. He brings a wealth of immigration experience to his practice, which he acquired by working on complex cases spanning family, employment, and investor immigration. Michael's background in accounting and finance contributes to his ability to successfully represent Entrepreneurs, EB5 investors, and foreign companies entering U.S. markets. His clients include families, accomplished professionals, high-net-worth individuals, and multinational companies.
Michael focuses his practice exclusively on immigration law.