Gregory Romanovsky, Esq.
Having started his legal education in Moscow, Russia in 1992, Attorney Romanovsky received the U.S. law degree (J.D.) from Boston College Law School in 2000. He has practiced U.S. immigration law exclusively since that time, representing clients before the United States Citizenship and Immigration Service, the Executive Office for Immigration Review, the Board of Immigration Appeals, the U.S. District Courts, and the Circuit Courts of Appeals. From 2009 to 2013, Attorney Romanovsky served as Chair of the Litigation Committee for the local chapter of the American Immigration Lawyers Association. Since 2013, he is on the Executive Board for AILA New England.
A frequent speaker at immigration law conferences and workshops, Attorney Romanovsky has been repeatedly named by Super Lawyers Magazine as a Super Lawyer in the field of immigration law.
He is fluent in Russian.
Daniel Wilson, Esq.
Attorney Wilson hails originally from Morristown, NJ and attended Gettysburg College where he studied the American Civil War and Medieval European History. His interest in European History led to a year of undergraduate study at University College Galway in Ireland. He used the opportunity to travel widely and enjoyed exploring the great capitals of Europe. Over the course of several years, Mr. Wilson also travelled extensively in Asia, Australia and the Pacific while employed by Interac Corp. in Tokyo and Takamatsu, Japan.
Attorney Wilson studied law at the Washington College of Law, American University in Washington, DC where he focused on international law studies. Upon graduating law school he established a general practice law office in downtown Boston, MA and cultivated a diverse international clientele. For over twenty-five years Attorney Wilson has served the various legal needs of clients from around the world, and has developed a unique expertise in assisting individuals, companies and institutions in complex immigration matters. He is excited to return to the New York area as an Immigration Attorney at Romanovsky Law LLP.
Livia Lungulescu, Esq.
Attorney Lungulescu practices in all areas of business-immigration, family-immigration, naturalization and deportation defense. In 2008, she received her Master of Laws degree (LL.M.) in Intellectual Property from the Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law in New York. While at Cardozo, Attorney Lungulescu became passionate about immigration law after being selected to participate in the school’s Immigration Clinic and working for a semester with the Hebrew Immigrant Aid Society. She is also a graduate of the University of Bucharest Law School in Bucharest, Romania.
Attorney Lungulescu has been admitted to practice before the United States Court of Appeals for the First Circuit and the United States Supreme Court.
She is fluent in Romanian.
Angela Linhardt, Esq.
Attorney Linhardt first became interested in immigrants’ rights and immigration while attending Goucher College. While there, she and a friend received a Social Justice Award to give greater voice to the experiences of immigrants. She also developed a strong interest in the history, language, and culture of Russia and the Former Soviet Union. After college, volunteered with underprivileged groups in Yaroslavl, Russia for six weeks. She then went on to obtain a Master’s degree in Slavic and Eurasian Studies from Duke University in 2011. Recognizing the common intersection of human trafficking and immigration from the Former Soviet Union, Attorney Linhardt spent a year researching the issue while attending the International University in Moscow for further Russian language study. In law school, she continued to research the issue of human trafficking and began to advocate for trafficked persons through Boston University School of Law’s Human Trafficking Clinic.