What We Do
We help clients live and work in the United States. We determine eligibility for the visa category; determine the best course of action for the client’s individual needs, and adaptability for long term goals of our clients.
We collect all relative information and supporting documents from the client and other professionals. We prepare all Immigration and Department of State petitions and applications. We respond to any question or controversy the government may have about eligibility of the petitioner, beneficiary and sponsors. We advocate.
Once the petition or application is approved, we outline the time frames for any follow up action that may be needed to ensure compliance with both state and federal laws. At this meeting, we discuss changes in the law and business circumstances that may have an effect on any visa renewals. We monitor our client’s visa status to make sure all subsequent paperwork is submitted timely. When a client is eligible for an “upgrade” in his or her immigration status, the client understands the benefits of this petition or application.
What it’s Like to Work with Geygan & Geygan, Ltd.
Our first meeting will be either in person or via web conference. We will provide you with a date and time of our meeting, and if by web conference, a number to call. We will discuss and prioritize your goals and time frames. The next step will be to ensure your eligibility. Providing you are eligible and we can meet your goals and time frames, we will discuss fees and costs.
We will provide you with a case plan based upon your goals, time frames and government processing times. You will also receive questionnaires and a list of documents needed for your case to be approved. You will be able to contact me via in-person meetings, email and telephone. I return unscheduled calls between 11:00 a.m. and 12:00 p.m., as well as between 4:00 p.m. and 5:00 p.m. Emails are returned within one business day. All time frames are Eastern Standard Time.
Invitation To Contact Us
At this time, I am not charging an initial consultation fee. Our initial consultations last one half hour. This will be our first meeting and we will discuss goals, time frames, eligibility, fees and costs. This meeting will move quickly, so most clients find it helpful to have any questions written down beforehand. This way, all of your questions are answered. Please feel free to schedule a meeting by calling my office at 513-791-1673 or by Clicking the appointment scheduler on the right side of this page.
Thomas J. Geygan, Jr. I received my undergraduate degree from Xavier University and my Juris Doctor at Salmon P. Chase. My work history includes working with foreign trade zones, software support to mutual fund companies and of course law practice. I met and married my wife while living in Honduras. We have gone through all of her immigration together. I divide my practice between immigration and general law. I am a member of the American Immigration Lawyers Association, the Cincinnati Bar Association, and the Ohio Bar Association. I am admitted to practice in all Ohio courts, the United States Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit, United States District Court for the Southern District of Ohio, the Bankruptcy Court for the Southern District of Ohio and all immigration courts.
When I am not practicing law, I am doing what my wife tells me to do, or teaching scuba diving.