EB-5 Investor And Developer Petitions; Family Immigration (Bangkok)

Individuals, families and businesses from abroad can invest in the U.S. economy while obtaining green cards or nonimmigrant visas, depending on the amount and type of investments made, among other factors.

Money does not guarantee a successful application. Following correct legal processes is essential. Foreign investors seeking to establish themselves as developers soon realize they need quality legal advice and representation to maximize their chances at reaching their goals.

Belanger & Rae PLLC in Washington, D.C., offers confident, effective guidance for EB-5 applicants, developer and regional center applicants, E-2 investment visa seekers and others with immigration goals. Attorney Greg Belanger's strengths in this area of the law include his previous work experience as an adjudications officer at United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) in the investors program offices. In this position, he reviewed hundreds of EB-5 investor and developer petitions, including approval of necessary components such as:

  • I-924 Project exemplar plans
  • Project Documents
  • I-526 Petitions and source of funds

His experience, along with the firm's track record of success in administrative law practice inspire confidence in clients. Mr. Belanger applies detailed knowledge of requirements, procedures and precautions in his immigration practice. He can advise clients of Belanger & Rae PLLC on all aspects of the USCIS EB-5 investor program requirements for individual petitioners and developers.

Belanger & Rae PLLC also advises applicants of E-2 visas and other immigration solutions related to investment and job creation.

Belanger & Rae PLLC maintains offices in Bangkok, Thailand, and also accepts family immigration clients requiring I-130 or K-1 petition servicing, I-601 and I-212 waivers of inadmissibility, and can assist with nonimmigrant applications B-1 (business), B-2 (tourist).

Employment-Based EB-5 Regional Center And Investor Immigration Advice And Assistance

Contact an experienced immigration lawyer in Washington, D.C., to explore options such as the EB-5 investor or developer petitions. Call 202-434-8209 or send your contact information in an email inquiry to start the conversation.