Rómulo Guevara represents large, global corporate clients in all areas of U.S. business immigration law. He regularly counsels clients regarding temporary work visas and permanent residence sponsorship and also analyses the immigration consequences of mergers and acquisitions.
Prior to joining Fragomen in 2008, Rómulo was an Associate with Littler Global. Previously, dating back to 1997, he practiced immigration law in New York City.
Rómulo provided immigration representation to challenge a finding of abandonment of permanent residence where age and language barrier became the catalyst that resulted in a coerced submission of Form I-407 at a U.S. Consular post.
Rómulo speaks English and Spanish.
- Created an immigration budgetary system for a multinational client and assisted in drafting changes to their immigration policies, requiring budget-impact analysis
- Analyzed a large, corporate divestiture from an immigration standpoint, as well as financial impact down to quarterly costs, to assist the client in planning the transaction while maintaining budgetary limitations
- Prepared visa analysis and strategy for a large, global client involved in a billion dollar contract with emerging markets for the purpose of bringing key foreign national professionals in a U.S. interface at the completion of the contract
- Hofstra University School of Law | J.D., 1996
- Long Island University | B.A., 1993
- Member, Board of Publications, American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA)
- Member, Phoenix Committee on Foreign Relations (PCFR)
- Member, Scottsdale Chamber of Commerce
- Member, Hispanic Chamber of Commerce (Phoenix)
- Officer, National Steering Committee of AILA’s New Members Division, formerly known as the Young Lawyer’s Division
- Chair, Distance Learning Committee for Webinars/ Teleconferences, American Immigration Lawyers Association
- Member, AILA Fundamentals Conference Committee
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