Gregory Romanovsky

Gregory Romanovsky

Immigration Attorney

Boston, MA





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Client Reviews

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case reopened and successfully resolved after denial of petition on conditional residence (based on the USCIS mistake)

Posted by: Nadia 5 days ago.

Very pleasant experience. I got an immediate response from Gregory. It felt like i was in the right hands right away and that he was really...

The best lawyer whom I met before.

Posted by: Dmitry 29 days ago.

Gregory is the best and honest lawyer whom I met before. He carefully studying the case, and knows the best solution. He works quickly and answers...
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Paul Christopher Hannaford
Paul Hannaford

Boston, MA

4 months ago

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Inna Rifman
Inna Rifman

Stoughton, MA

6 months ago

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2001 License Status: Active for the state of Massachusetts.
Last updated by Avvo: 03/31/2014
We have not found any instances of professional misconduct for this lawyer.

Work Experience

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2009 – present

Romanovsky Law, LLP


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2000 Juris Doctor in Law

Boston College Law School


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2013 New England Super Lawyer (Immigration)

Super Lawyers


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2013- present Executive Board Member

American Immigration Lawyers Association (New England)

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Showing 2 of 2 publications

2011 Best Options When a Family-Based Petition or Application Is Denied

AILA's Immigration Practice Pointers

2005 Immigrants are suing to speed up citizenship

Boston Globe

Speaking Engagements

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2012 Seeking Attorneys Fees Under EAJA and Other Fee Shifting Statutes

at Federal Court Immigration Litigation CLE Practicum

2012 Dealing with Difficult Judges, Difficult Examiners

at AILA Audio Seminar

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