Backed by nearly forty years of experience and named one of the world’s leading practitioners of U.S. immigration law by the International Who’s Who of Corporate Immigration Lawyers, Greg Boos is a dean of the immigration bar. Based on peer reviews, Martindale-Hubbell has awarded Greg its top rating of A.V. Preeminent as a tribute to the fact that his colleagues rank him at the highest level of professional excellence for legal expertise, communication skills, and ethics.
Greg’s practice emphasizes business immigration, and he represents a broad spectrum of multi-national companies and international businesspersons. He also provides representation in U.S. Customs Fines, Penalties, and Forfeitures matters.
A member of the Washington State Bar Association and the bars of various U.S. federal courts. Greg received his Juris Doctor degree from the University of Idaho in 1977. Additionally, he is on the List of Counsel approved for practice before the International Criminal Court. Boos holds Adjunct Professor status with Western Washington University and acts as an external advisor to its Border Policy Research Institute.
Thirty-five years ago, Greg founded Doing Business in the USA (DBUSA), periodic conferences that provide practical guidance for Canadians desiring to expand to the United States. Thousands of Canadian businesspersons have attended a DBUSA session. DBUSA currently operates in a free quarterly online format under the umbrella of the American Chamber of Commerce in Canada.
Greg is a member of a team of lawyers who represent the Plaintiff in Boule v. Egbert (9th Cir. 2020). This groundbreaking case holds Border Patrol Agents personally liable for violations of the constitutional rights of others.
After hours, Greg enjoys early music, Italian and German opera, and Shakespeare.