Gregory J. Eck
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Phone: 215-665-3157
gregory.eck@obermayer.com
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Gregory J. Eck represents multinational companies, universities, religious organizations, small businesses and individuals in their immigration needs. He assists clients with all areas of immigrant and non-immigrant visa processes, including H-1B, PERM, O-1, L-1, E-2, E-3, TN, R-1, NIW, and other visa categories. He also has substantial experience filing appeals, motions to reconsider, and other petitions for appeal or review before administrative agencies and Federal Court. Additionally, Mr. Eck has represented individuals in removal proceedings, those seeking asylum and other forms of relief.

Mr. Eck is also the editor and an author of the HRLegalist (http://www.hrlegalist.com/), an online resource on the latest developments and trends in labor and employment law as well as analysis and commentary regarding best practices for employers.

Prior to joining Obermayer, Mr. Eck was an attorney with one of the leading immigration and family law firms in southeastern Pennsylvania. Before that, he worked with a leading business immigration firm in South Florida. He also worked with Americans for Immigrant Justice (formerly the Florida Immigration Advocacy Center) in Miami, where he assisted the unaccompanied minors program.

Before embarking on a legal career, Mr. Eck was a high school teacher and administrator at Georgetown Preparatory School in North Bethesda, Maryland where he taught social studies, religious studies and English as a second language. He speaks both Spanish and German and has worked and studied in Nigeria, Mexico, Bolivia, the Dominican Republic and Germany.

Professional & Community Activities

  • American Immigration Lawyers Association
  • Pennsylvania Bar Association
  • Montgomery Bar Association

Languages

  • Spanish
  • German

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