Gerald Goulder has been a licensed attorney for more than 35 years. He practices exclusively immigration, visa and citizenship law. His broad professional background includes: assistant attorney general and special prosecutor; owning and operating a medium-sized company with over 180 full and part time employees; serving on the boards of nonprofit organizations, religious organizations and private corporations; and holding political leadership roles. The complex U.S. immigration and visa adjudication processes, as well as the maze of immigration laws, require a deep understanding of how government works. Mr. Goulder has gained that knowledge through his broad professional experience, which greatly benefits his clients.
Goulder’s broad professional and North Carolina immigration law experience has served him and his clients well through the years.
His experiences as an Assistant Attorney General and Special Prosecutor for the State of Ohio, in business law, starting and managing a $21 million, 180-employee company, serving on community boards and in his North Carolina immigration law practice help him understand and appreciate the complex immigration and visa adjudications process. Goulder’s broad professional experience has proven to be a great asset to his North Carolina immigration law firm and his clients.
The complex immigration and visa adjudications process and its system of often conflicting laws requires the kind of understanding and knowledge of “how government works” that Goulder has developed through his broad professional experience.
Goulder’s North Carolina immigration law firm guarantees personal service to every client. Goulder’s clients receive one-on-one access to an immigration attorney through phone calls, emails, or letters. If you are seeking guidance, experience and knowledge of immigration and visa laws involving green cards, visas, or citizenship, do not hesitate to contact Gerald Goulder at (336) 808-1119.