Senior Supervising Attorney
Benjamin Brueggemann has been practicing Immigration Law exclusively since 2007 with a primary focus on business immigration, immigrant investor and family immigration matters. He works closely with the firm’s clients on complex legal matters involving all major U.S. immigrant and nonimmigrant visa classifications. Mr. Brueggemann manages and oversees the firm’s Immigrant Visa Department for the EB-2 and EB-3 employment-based green cards. As part of Global Immigration Partners’ Management Team, Mr. Brueggemann represents domestic and international corporations, and its employees, allowing them to continue to provide their services/products at the highest level to the American Public. Mr. Brueggemann has extensive experience representing companies and individuals, at a high volume, from various industries including Information Technology, Engineering, Automotive, Health Care, Business, and Finance.
As an Attorney representing individual investors through the EB-5 Investment Program, as well as the E-2 Treaty Investor Visa Program, Mr. Brueggemann assists investors in fulfilling their American Dream, while creating jobs for U.S. workers and generating economic growth for the U.S. economy. Mr. Brueggemann has worked at one of the Top 25 EB-5 Law Firms in the United States where he represented hundreds of individual investors from all over the world, including China, Vietnam, and India, in the EB-5 process. Mr. Brueggemann brings this valuable experience to Global Immigration Partners.
Mr. Brueggemann also manages and oversees the firm’s Family Immigration Department representing individuals in their desire to unite with family as they pursue their aspirations of becoming Legal Permanent Residents and U.S. Citizens. Mr. Brueggemann, being an immigrant himself, feels a deep connection to the Immigrant Community. Having grown up in Germany, in a multicultural family of both German and Persian descent, Mr. Brueggemann understands the difficulties and intricacies of the immigration process.
Mr. Brueggemann received his Law degree from Vermont Law School and also received a Bachelor’s of Business Administration degree in International Business, as well as a Bachelor’s of Arts degree in French from James Madison University in Virginia. He is an active member of the American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA), where he has served as an AILA Liaison in the past. Mr. Brueggemann speaks German, Farsi, French, and English. In his free time, he enjoys playing soccer, tennis, basketball, and golf. Mr. Brueggemann also enjoys art and travel while learning about different cultures and societies during his trips.