Sandra Gross was an immigrant herself, and came to the United States with her parents at the age of 9 without knowing a word of English. She caught on pretty quickly though, and in high school, won the prize as the top English student. After attending Wayne State University and getting her Bachelor’s in mathematics and a teaching certificate, she worked as a secondary math teacher. Three years later, she decided to enroll at the University of Michigan Law School, and after graduating with honors, clerked in the Michigan Court of Appeals. She was then hired as a corporate attorney at Michigan Bell, where she specialized in contracts and real estate. She left the corporate world and used her love of teaching and communications skills to work as a professor at Wayne State University’s Law School, teaching legal research and writing and training law students to excel at their profession. After a chance meeting with Robin Siegel in 2001, Sandra joined her practice in order to work in the field of immigration, representing people from other countries wishing to live and work in the US. She focused primarily on employment based green cards, L-1’s, Adjustment of Status and Multi National Managers. She filed numerous labor certifications since PERM went into effect, and succeeded in winning appeals at BALCA and BIA. Now retired, Sandra’s hobby is international folk dancing.
JD from University of Michigan Law School;
BA degree from Wayne State University
Perm, Schedule A, L-1’s, MNM, Adjustment of Status
2017 Michigan Top Lawyer