Greenberg Visa Law is dedicated to the practice of United States immigration and nationality law, including all aspects of the immigrant and nonimmigrant visa processes, hardship and J-1 waivers, and naturalization, as well as humanitarian programs such as asylum and deferred action. Maintaining its principal office in the Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, area, our practice comprises years of legal experience navigating the complexities of the U.S. immigration system, including creative solutions to provide Greenberg Visa Law clients with all the benefits to which they are entitled. Greenberg Visa Law serves clients across a spectrum of industries, including science and technology, engineering, medical, and entertainment, as well as individuals and families throughout the United States.

Greenberg Visa Law understands the sensitive nature of our clients’ difficult or urgent positions, and our office prides itself on the quick, positive resolution of our clients’ personal and professional needs.

Attorney Adam S. Greenberg

Adam Greenberg Attorney Adam S. Greenberg has been practicing a immigration lawyer in the Pittsburgh area since 2011, representing both individual and corporate clients on a broad range of immigration and nationality topics, from admissibility waivers to corporate training to humanitarian benefits. He practiced primarily employment and investment immigration for four years and continues to consult regularly with larger firms on their challenging business immigration cases. Adam’s experience also includes novel approaches to intricate family-based immigration issues. He is a member of the bar of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania and of the American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA) and has been serving on the executive board of the Pittsburgh Chapter of AILA since 2016.

Adam is a graduate of the Washington University School of Law in St. Louis, Missouri, where he was an editor of the Washington University Journal of Law and Policy. He previously earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Civil Engineering with honors from Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh.