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Casey Wolff


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Professional Experience:

Casey joined the firm as a partner in the Naples office of Woods, Weidenmiller, Michetti, Rudnick & Galbraith, PLLC on January 1, 2017. Casey heads the firm's immigration and naturalization, business organizations and international transactions group.

Casey began his practice in 1978 in Pittsburgh, PA and focusing primarily on immigration law. What started as obtaining employment visas for Pittsburgh engineering firms hiring Canadian engineers has evolved into representing clients from over 150 countries worldwide.  In 1990, Casey moved to Naples, Florida, and three years later became a shareholder/partner in the law firm of Paulich, Slack and Wolff, P.A. ("PSW") where he established and ran the immigration and international practice section for the next 21 years. In May of 2014, Casey became a shareholder/partner in the Naples office of Gray/Robinson, P.A., an Orlando based law firm, with offices for 300+ attorneys in 12 Florida cities.

Casey is a frequent presenter and writer on immigration topics to business, professional, non-profit, legal, civic and educational groups. He is a frequent guest commentator to the Naples Daily News, teaches immigration courses at the Renaissance Academy of Florida Gulf Coast University, participated as an Adjunct Professor at Hodges University in Naples, and serves as a Moot Court Judge at Ave Maria School of Law, Naples, Florida. Casey has been called as an expert witness on immigration law for both plaintiffs and defendants in various civil lawsuits.

Personal / Community

Casey left Pittsburgh at age 19 to attend Princeton University. Four years later, in 1970, he left Princeton on a maroon Triumph Bonneville motorcycle with a degree in biology, a letter from the Philadelphia Eagles to try out as an NFL kicker and a totally unexpected surprise that changed his life: Number 354 (out of 365) in the 1970 Selective Service military draft lottery. He would not be drafted to go to Vietnam.

With the freedom to travel, Casey spent the next six years traveling the US, Canada, Europe, Mexico and North Africa following seasonal jobs. He worked as a ski bum in Colorado, New Hampshire, Switzerland and Austria; hired onto yachts in the Mediterranean; stage managed a downtown Pittsburgh arts festival in summers; and rebuilt a 16th century malt house in England. Back in the US, he spent a year on the road with the late blues guitar legend Roy Buchanan.

Casey and his wife Renee have two grandchildren, both of whom still marvel that their ol' grandpa was at the original Woodstock.

 Areas of Concentration:

  • Immigration and Naturalization Law
  • International Transactions
  • International Business Organizations
  • Immigration Investor (EB-5) Visa Program representation

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