August 2014

As previously reported by Greenberg Traurig’s EB-5 team, the U.S. Department of State recently announced that immigrant visa numbers for Chinese nationals in the EB-5 category will become unavailable through
Continue Reading Greenberg Traurig and EB5 Investors Magazine to Host Webinar Addressing the Impact of Visa Retrogression for Chinese EB-5 Applicants

U.S. Lawful Permanent Residents (LPRs) have the privilege and benefit of freely traveling to and from the United States. However, there are some limitations. First, if you are absent from the United States for more than one year, an LPR can be deemed to have abandoned his LPR status. Second, if an LPR takes up residence in another country (even if he has not been absent from the United States for more than one year), then he can still be deemed to have abandoned his LPR status. This is particularly problematic for LPRs who frequently travel internationally and sometimes their work does not allow them to regularly return to the United States.

Continue Reading Lawful Permanent Residents: Can I Get a Re-Entry Permit?

Greenberg Traurig attorneys Kate Kalmykov and Jennifer Hermansky served as editors for the recently released What Every Lawyer Needs to Know About Immigration Law reference book. The publication highlights the
Continue Reading Greenberg Traurig Attorneys Kate Kalmykov and Jennifer Hermansky Serve as Editors for Immigration Law Book