We had the good fortune of connecting with Gregory Boan and we’ve shared our conversation below.

Hi Gregory, is there something you can share with us that those outside of the industry might not be aware of?

Outsiders are most likely unaware of the fact that the U.S. economy benefits more from immigrants than what is portrayed on television. Immigration law is much more than the southern border and 90-Day Fiancé. Numerous small businesses benefit from immigrant employees, thousands of immigrant entrepreneurs that start businesses and generate jobs for Americans, and immigrants pay more into the U.S. economy than what is taken out by them in government benefits.

What should our readers know about your business?

What sets me apart from others is my direct involvement with a client. Other law firms create hurdles between the client and the attorney or have ghostwriters prepare cases for them, or immediately pass a client off to an associate or paralegal and never interact with a client after the initial consultation. I do not do any of that. I am always available to my clients. I prepare all legal arguments myself, and I never pass off the responsibility of managing one’s life into the hands of another.

What I am most proud of is helping others achieve their American Dreams. Many times during a consult, I will be told how hard it is to come by opportunities in one’s country and how much of a dream come true it would be to achieve something in the United States or to give their children a chance to succeed in the U.S., so each time I receive approval, I know that I have given not only the client an opportunity to succeed, but multiple generations of that family an opportunity to pursue their passions, and maybe even change the U.S. or the world for the better in doing so.

Perseverance, hard work, and empathy have gotten me to where I am today. I consistently worked through each obstacle I encountered on my way to becoming an attorney, working for other law firms, and then ultimately starting my own. I have never lost sight of the reason why I got into this profession, which is to help others. I’m living my American Dream and take pride in helping others achieve theirs. 


If you had a friend visiting you, what are some of the local spots you’d want to take them around to?

I’d take them straight to Isla Canarias in Kendall for a Cafecito and croqueta and then off to Gauchos for a glass of wine and Argentinian feast. PAMM another day for its latest exhibition and a walk down Calle 8 to visit Azucar for a scoop of Abuela Maria. Grab croissants another day at True Loaf and go for a bike ride through South Beach with a visit to the Bass art museum and Miami Beach Botanical Garden finishing with sandwiches from La Sandwhicherie to go eat on the beach at sunset. A visit to the Frost Science Museum, a graffiti tour and culinary tour in Wynwood ending at Wynwood Walls, and dinner at Red Rooster in Overtown. A kayak trip from Haulover over to the sandbar and grab some snacks afterward at Matryoshka Deli in Sunny Isles. Finish with a visit to Vizcaya and Sunday brunch at the Biltmore beforehand.

Who else deserves some credit and recognition?

My husband, mother, and sister all deserve a shout-out for their love, support, and encouragement on my journey to building this law firm.

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