EB-5 Investment Visas

Obtaining competent advice and guidance in business planning and operation is essential to protect investments and guard against potential liability. This is particularly important for business owners new to the United States and for companies employing international workers. SilzerLaw has extensive experience in advising business and employers in all aspects of business operations and corporate law. This expertise combined with knowledge and experience in U.S. immigration law allows SilzerLaw to provide informed counsel to clients in achieving both their business and immigration objectives.

The firm works closely with business principals and managers as well as Human Resource professionals in developing plans and strategies to ensure compliance with legal requirements and accomplish company goals and objectives. By developing relationships and familiarity with the businesses of our clients, SilzerLaw attorneys are able to serve as a General Counsel advising on legal matters affecting day-to-day operations.

SilzerLaw provides specialized representation in the following areas:

  • Entity Formation - For-profit and non-profit formation of corporations and limited liability companies. Application for 501(c ) (3) tax exemption.

    orporate Compliance - Annual Reports, Shareholder / Director Meeting Minutes.

    Contracts - Review, negotiation and drafting of Partnership Agreements, Employment Agreements, Independent Contractor Agreements, Confidentiality Agreements, Non-Compete Agreements, Lease Agreements, Licensing Agreements; Buy-Sell Agreements.

    Human Resource Management - Employee Relations, Employment Authorization Verification Compliance (I-9), Employee Policy Review.

    Authentication of documents – Notary service and apostille certification filings.

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