Sarah S. Rama, ESQ., LL.M.


Attorney Sarah S. Rama is a legal practitioner and the solo immigration practitioner of Sarah S. Rama, ESQ., LL.M. She has developed an innovative and unique immigration practice representing niche clients in the sports, sports management, entertainment and business industries. With a strong focus on representing professional athletes, amateur athletes, Major League Baseball franchises, musicians, music groups, agents, businesses and entrepreneurs worldwide.

Immigration Lawyer Sarah S. Rama, ESQ., LL.M. – Global Immigration Results – LL.M. Masters of International Law & Finance Attorney.

Attorney Rama has worked diligently to win landmark visa approvals. By expertly navigating the complexities of consular processing, Attorney Rama has changed the landscape of immigration for Major League Baseball players, the families of Cuban baseball players already in the United States and Cuban nationals with a dream of showcasing their talents for major league franchises. Her successes include breakthrough consular processing cases in Haiti, the Dominican Republic, Cuba and the Bahamas, where Attorney Rama traveled to attend consular interviews and fight for her clients.

Attorney Rama has worked with top domestic and international individual and business clients to navigate the intricate processes of E visas, L visas, TN visas and B visas. Attorney Rama believes in a tiered team approach. By collaborating with top international law firms and companies, each case is expertly moved toward success and the development of effective immigration strategies. Attorney Rama learned that one of the most important aspects of sports immigration, entertainment immigration and international business immigration is attention to the case details and adaptation of unique cultural qualities.

Attorney Rama is admitted to the Massachusetts Bar. Both pleasant and grounded, Attorney Rama is not what you’d expect from a typical “button down” international immigration attorney. She is the first to tell a joke. Far from boring, her favorite place is “wheels up” to next destination to meet her clients world-wide, loves shooting billiards, having a good bourbon at a local dive bar, and would prefer to be working in a comfortable pair of jeans than a business suit. Her love and passion for the immigration community she serves is immediately seen upon your first meeting and her tireless pursuit of the best start for her clients in the Unites States. Attorney Rama is fluent in English and Italian and her team will ensure effective communication with every client.

*Limited to Federal Immigration Practice — Admitted to MA Bar Only



The immigration process can be complex and frustrating, but a knowledgeable West Palm Beach immigration lawyer can provide you with the resources and guidance needed to simplify the process.


Naturalization is simply the process through which an immigrant is granted U.S. citizenship after meeting all the requirements of the Immigration and Nationality Act, as determined by Congress.

E Investor Visas

The United States has treaties with many countries around the globe that allow foreign nationals to conduct business on U.S. soil, or to manage significant financial investments.

E-2 Treaty Investor Visa

An E-2 treaty investor visa, is a non-immigrant classification designed to help a national of a country with which the U.S. does business to enter the U.S. when investing capital in a U.S.-based business.

EB-5 Immigrant Investor Visa

The EB-5 is a special program designed to allow people to invest money toward their green cards. International investors can take a different route to U.S. citizenship by investing in a U.S.-based business.

Employment Visa Law

At Sarah S. Rama, ESQ., LL.M., we regularly interface with corporations and their intended employees in various immigration matters.

Family Immigration

Immediate relatives and specific family members of a U.S. citizen or lawful permanent resident (LPR) may be eligible for an immigration visa if they meet the proper standards determined by the law.

Non-immigrant Visas

Sarah S. Rama, ESQ., LL.M. has an international presence, with collaboration offices strategically located in cities all over the globe.

Immigration Attorney Sarah S. Rama, ESQ., LL.M.

At Sarah S. Rama, Esq., LL.M., we are well-versed in the complexities of U.S. immigration law, and we are prepared to address any issues that arise with the immigration process. We practice that every client deserves our total attention and unwavering support. We are dedicated to providing the step-by-step counsel you deserve and offer customized and clear legal advice in English, French, Italian, Russian, and Spanish. We work thoroughly and meticulously to ensure positive results and happy clients. Contact Sarah S. Rama, ESQ., LL.M. at (561) 744-2611 to speak with us about your case.


    • Small firm setting and boutique experience with an international reach.
    • Impressive record of success working directly with Attorney Rama who knows how to prepare your case and reach your goals.
    • Qualified legal counsel Attorney Rama personally works with her clients to proactively demonstrate the right combination of persistence, humanity, and legal savvy.

    Founding Attorney Sarah S. Rama, ESQ., LL.M, has also been selected for Super Lawyers Rising® Stars℠ by her fellow attorneys and awarded the Avvo Clients’ Choice Award by her clients. She has always been committed to providing clients with effective, easy-to-understand legal counsel.


    Different businesses, investors, and entrepreneurs have different financial, legal, and personal needs. If you are looking to come to America with the purpose of trade or investment, an E-2 visa may the most effective solution for you.


    • You must be a national from a country that maintains a trade treaty relationship (either navigation, commerce, or an equivalent), which is also known as the Department of State’s Treaty Countries
    • You must have invested, or must be in the process of investing substantial capital in a legitimate U.S. business (including services or technology).
    • You must prove that you are coming to the U.S. with the purpose of developing and directing the investment opportunity in which you have invested capital.

    You must show that you have control of the business, investment, or enterprise (by way of operational control, managerial control, or other corporate control).
    In many instances, bringing proof of a business plan can help prove your intentions. Our West Palm Beach immigration firm is fully committed to creating an effective plan of action that can help meet the approval of the immigration agencies and consular offices.

2005, Opening

In 2005, the Law Offices of Sarah S. Rama ESQ., LL.M. were officially open for business in Massachusetts.

2015, Florida Office Opened

As the cases kept pouring in, it became clear that a new location would be needed to serve her growing clientele in Florida. In 2015, Sarah made the move.

The West Palm Beach office opened to smashing success with more and more clients coming to Sarah for E visas, L visas, O visas and P visas.

2016, Big Changes to Immigration Law!

With the election of Donald Trump in 2016, rapid changes took place that dramatically affected many who were hoping to secure their US visa, green card, or citizenship.

Thankfully, Sarah was on the forefront of finding new and creative ways to gain approval. She still is.

2020, Leading Visa Approval Lawyer!

Throughout the changes made to immigration law, Sarah S. Rama ESQ., LL.M. never wavered in her commitment to her clients and their dreams of making it to America. That dedication has earned her a five-star rating and the trust of people just like you.

“I was impressed with her work ethic, knowledge and determination to resolve my situation.”

Attorney Rama was an exceptional attorney for my situation. She was recommended to me by a close friend and I am truly thankful for that referral. I was impressed with her work ethic, knowledge and determination to resolve my situation. I would highly recommend Ms. Sarah Rama as your attorney, you will not be disappointed. -Paul Meade