U.S. Immigration Attorneys, Experts in Immigration Law
Top immigration lawyers in Cleveland, Columbus, Detroit, Toledo, Youngstown, Dayton, Cincinnati, Pittsburgh, Buffalo, representing individuals and families, with additional offices in Ohio and Michigan.
Founded by Richard Herman, a nationally-recognized and award-winning immigration lawyer, as well as an internationally acclaimed author.
Honest and compassionate legal team with over 50 years of combined experience, providing immigration legal advice and migration counsel at reasonably priced fees.
Highest immigration lawyer ratings on Martindale Hubble, Super Lawyers, and AVVO!
Immigration Lawyers That Care
Herman Legal Group was formed by Richard T. Herman, one of America’s top immigration attorneys. A Cleveland, Ohio native and a graduate of Case Western Reserve University School of Law, Richard is an outspoken national advocate for immigrants. It is his personal belief that immigrants make America stronger through their talent, entrepreneurship, innovation, work ethic, family values, and patriotism.
Originally known as Richard T. Herman & Associates, Richard built his Cleveland immigration law practice in 1995 around his vast knowledge of Cleveland immigration courts and immigration offices in Cleveland. Through his writing, speaking engagements and social media efforts, Richard continues raising the issues that matter the most to the immigrant community, including reforming immigration laws and civil rights. Richard co-authored the internationally-acclaimed book, Immigrant Inc. – Why Immigrant Entrepreneurs Are Driving the New Economy.
Richard and his team of expert immigration lawyers in Cleveland will treat you like family. We have a passion for helping immigrants and are true advocates of diversity. We will help guide you through the immigration process, performing a straightforward case assessment and developing the best possible strategy for a positive outcome. The Herman Legal Group team speaks over 12 languages and has over 50 years of combined experience in U.S. immigration law.