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Immigration Attorney, EB-5 Program

Company Name:
Wolfsdorf Rosenthal, LLP
Duties:
Prepare, review and file EB-5 immigrant petitions through the Regional Center Pilot Program and Traditional Program (Form I-526), and Petition by Entrepreneur to Remove Conditions (I-829), including responding to Request for Evidence (RFE); advise clients on issues concerning immigration law related to investment and regional centers (RC); evaluate financial documents, including financial statements, bank records, and tax returns, and draft the Source of Funds (SOF) report based on these documents; analyze aspects of the EB-5 petition concerning job-creation, targeted area of employment and capitalization in compliance with the EB-5 statutory requirements; conduct analysis of currently approved Regional Centers and their EB-5 projects, and assist clients with conducting their research and due diligence; conduct research on current legislation and policies impacting the EB-5 immigration program, and counsel clients on consular and adjustment of status issues; liaise and serve as primary contact with overseas immigration consulting firms; and, engage in the firms client development efforts, including generating new business, and maintaining client relationship.
Requirements:
Juris Doctor (JD) plus one (1) year attorney or law clerk experience, preparing and advising clients on issues related to the EB-5 immigrant visa petitions in the Pilot and Traditional programs, and Applications for Regional Center; drafting and reviewing Immigrant Petition by Alien Entrepreneur (Form I-526) and Petition by Entrepreneur to Remove Conditions (Form I-829); gathering data and documents to prepare Source of Funds report; and, counseling clients on consular processing and adjustment of status applications. Bar license (any State) required.
As an alternative, the employer will accept U.S. Master of Laws (U.S. LLM) degree plus one (1) year of experience in the above mentioned specific areas/skills. Bar license (any State) required.
Send resume via email ; fax (310) 570-4080 or mail at Wolfsdorf Rosenthal, LLP 1416 2nd St., Santa Monica, CA 90401.

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