DC-Area Boutique Immigration Firm Adds Former USCIS Attorney

Greg Sheehan

WASHINGTON, D.C.—Grossman Young & Hammond is thrilled to welcome Greg Sheehan as Counsel in the firm’s business immigration practice.

Greg Sheehan comes to the firm after eight years of practice at the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS), where he served as an adjudications officer and held critical leadership roles.

In 2014 Greg joined USCIS’ Houston Asylum Office, where he trained other adjudicators in Immigration Litigation; focusing on Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) “credible fear” procedures, Section 240 removal proceedings, common filings, and the life cycles of various asylum claim types.

In 2017, Greg was hired as a Supervisory Immigration Services Officer at the Houston Field Office. He was designated to be the point of contact as a liaison for the Office of Principal Legal Advisors (ICE) on cases that require expedited adjudications. Among other duties, Greg wrote the standard operating procedure for both offices to coordinate file transfers and centralize communication.

Most recently, Greg was an adjudications officer in the Compliance Division of the Immigrant Investment Program Office (IPO), where he adjudicated each of the EB-5 Form types and drafted adjudication guidelines for the Regional Center CHAP.

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