Expertise

Dedication to Clients for over 50 Years

For nearly half a century, Harry Gee & Associates has been at the forefront of the immigration field in Houston. Harry Gee built his firm on the foundation of personal service, strong legal knowledge and creative solutions. The firm upholds these principles today by educating our clients about the realities and intricacies of immigration law. Our client list includes Fortune 100 companies from the energy & medical industries, universities, non-profits, as well as foreign nationals. Our clients utilize our innovative immigration strategies to achieve their immigration objectives.

Areas of Practice

We have a strong emphasis in the field of immigration law. Our service to clients extends from this focus to include corporate, administrative, and international matters. Primarily, we assist foreign nationals in moving to the United States, but also have assisted employees of U.S. businesses being transferred to positions in Canada, Mexico, China, Brazil, Europe, Australia, Japan, Singapore and Malaysia, just to name a few. In advocating for our clients, we have practiced before the administrative agencies throughout the country and before the U.S. State Department Consular Offices overseas.

Immigration is the core of our practice. We provide legal counseling and services in virtually every area of immigration and immigration related law. We are especially well suited for counseling domestic and foreign companies with regard to visas for employment and temporary and permanent residence in the United States.

Services we Provide

We advise and represent our clients before the Department of Homeland Security, U.S. Coast Guard, U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services, Immigration and Customs Enforcement, Department of State, Consulates and related matters including the following:

  • Employee Eligibility Verification Audits (I-9 Form)
  • International transfers (L Petitions and Visas)
  • Professionals (H Petitions and Visas)
  • Transfers from other companies (H port cases)
  • Permanent Residence Sponsorship (Immigrant Visas, aka Green Card)
  • Investors (E Visa)
  • Visa Waivers and ESTA Online Registration
  • Issues at the consulates, border, or airport
  • Labor Certifications
  • U.S. Coast Guard authorization
  • Naturalization


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