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Wolfsdorf Immigration Law Group
310-570-4088
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visalaw@wolfsdorf.com
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1416 2nd Street, Santa Monica, CA, 90401
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California
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Wolfsdorf Immigration Law Group

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Wolfsdorf Rosenthal LLP is a full-service immigration law firm with 21 lawyers providing top-quality worldwide immigration and visa services to investors, multinational corporations, small businesses, hospitals, universities, research institutions and individual clients.

Bernard Wolfsdorf is a recent past President of the American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA). For the past five years, including 2014201320122011 and 2010, the Who'’s Who Legalnamed Mr. Wolfsdorf "Lawyer of the Year" stating “Mr. Wolfsdorf received more votes from clients and peers worldwide than any other lawyer. Who's Who Legal is the official researcher of the American Bar Association (ABA) International Section.

"Wolfsdorf Rosenthal LLP is one of the leading corporate immigration law firms in the United States." According to Who's Who, "he is "hugely impressive" in the eyes of his peers and regarded as being " at the pinnacle of the profession." Avi Friedman is "first-class for consular work." Lisa Yu and Cliff Rosenthal complete a very strong contingent from the firm's Santa Monica office, and this strength is complemented by the inclusion of the "excellent" Naveen Rahman Bhora in New York.

Wolfsdorf Rosenthal LLP is a member of ABIL (Alliance of Business Immigration Lawyers) and ABIL Global. ABIL has over 1,200 top-rated immigration professionals spanning over 100 countries that are available to provide comprehensive and cutting-edge immigration law services.

Wolfsdorf attorneys have the expertise to navigate complex immigration matters, as demonstrated by their excellent reputation in top-rated peer review reports. The Wolfsdorf team’'s exceptional knowledge and expertise in immigration law make the firm the immigration law firm of choice for a diverse client base, from individuals to Fortune 100 companies. No matter how complicated the case, our attorneys can help navigate the complexities of U.S. immigration laws.

The Wolfsdorf Rosenthal LLP is committed to excellent customer service. Our attorneys and legal assistants have expertise in almost every type of immigration case, and a track record of achieving success with the most difficult cases. Our staff of over 60 ensures prompt and expert attention to client’s immigration law matters. Languages spoken include Afrikaans, Bengali, Bulgarian, Chinese (Mandarin/Cantonese), Farsi, French, German, Hebrew, Hungarian, Italian, Polish, Portuguese, Russian, Serbian, Spanish and Tagalog. We maintain offices on both the West and East Coasts (Santa Monica, California, and New York City).

Who’s Who of Business Lawyers Recognition

The Wolfsdorf Rosenthal LLP is listed by International Who’s Who of Business Lawyers among the top corporate immigration firms in North America with five of its attorneys listed*Avi Friedman is listed as anoutstanding lawyer who assists applicants with visa interviews at US consular posts worldwide and represents clients at US border posts in Canada and Mexico, and Cliff Rosenthal for specializing in the business and entertainment industries.

Chambers & Partners Acknowledgments

The Wolfsdorf firm was selected again as a top-tier immigration practice by the leading peer-reviewed attorney guidebook Chambers & Partners. The review concludes: “The lawyers [at Wolfsdorf] have the latest knowledge at their fingertips and are able to communicate this to clients effectively. The firm was singled out because of its capacity to handle “a broad range of immigration matters for companies and individuals as well as for its expanding global immigration practice and varied clientele.

Bernie Wolfsdorf was named a “Star Individual, one of only three lawyers in California to receive this highest ranking. Chambers describes Bernie as “a fabulous leader and lawyer who is always willing to educate his clients.

Chambers also praised Lisa Yu for her knowledge of “corporate immigration and for her work with “universities and other research institutions in immigrant and non-immigrant cases.

Super Lawyers Listings

Attorneys Avi Friedman and Allison-Claire Ackerwere again listed as “Super Lawyer Southern California Super Lawyers, an annual publication that lists the top 5% of all attorneys in the field. Further, attorney Cliff Rosenthal, was listed as“Rising Star."

U.S. News & World Report and Best Lawyers in America

The Wolfsdorf firm was again named a First-Tier Immigration Practice in Metropolitan Los Angeles in the “Best Law Firms", a joint publication of Best Lawyers, the oldest and most-respected peer-review publication in the legal profession, and U.S. News and World Report, an internationally renowned news magazine with more than 10 million readers worldwide. The rankings are based on the results of a survey of over 100,000 lawyers, clients, and businessmen across the United States.

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  • Five Things EB-5 Regional Centers Need to Know about Compliance Audits
  • Update on Proposed Increase of Minimum EB-5 Investment Amount from $500,000 to $1,350,000
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  • Bernard Wolfsdorf Selected as 2016's Most Highly Regarded Immigration Lawyer in North America

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News & Updates

The surest path to a green card may be an investor visa — for $500,000
April 12, 2018
EB-5 Regional Center Termination Overturned: AAO Gets it Right
January 02, 2018
Recap of USCIS’ Listening Session on EB-5 Immigrant Investor Program
July 13, 2017
New USCIS EB-5 Guidance on Sustainment: To Refund or Not to Refund Upon Filing I-829 – That is the Question!
July 12, 2017
EB-5 Investors Can Avoid Potentially Devastating Penalties by Complying with OFAC Regulations
July 11, 2017
President Trump, Jared Kushner and the EB-5 Immigrant Investor Program
May 09, 2017
EB-5 Update and Things I Learned from Charlie Oppenheim During the IIUSA EB-5 Washington, D.C. Conference
May 01, 2017
7 Important Changes in the New EB-5 Form I-526
April 12, 2017
Five Things to Know about Senator Rand Paul’s Proposed New EB-5 Bill (It’s Well Thought out)
April 12, 2017
EB-5 Extension – Five Things We Will Likely See
April 07, 2017
3 Ways To Prepare For The EB-5 Regional Center Audits
March 31, 2017
Five Things to Know about EB-5 Source and Path Issues Relating to Third Party Money Exchangers
March 30, 2017
New Standard for EB-5 Regional Center Terminations?
March 30, 2017
Five Things EB-5 Regional Centers Need to Know about Compliance Audits
March 22, 2017
Update on Proposed Increase of Minimum EB-5 Investment Amount from $500,000 to $1,350,000
March 15, 2017
Department of State (DOS) Answers 8 Questions on Visa Revocations Following President Trump’s Travel Ban
March 01, 2017
Where is the Love? Arkansas Republican Senator Tom Cotton’s Bill Seeks to Reduce Legal Immigration by Half
February 14, 2017
9th Circuit Halts Enforcement of President Trump’s Travel Ban
February 09, 2017
USCIS Drops the Hammer on the EB-5 Program by Announcing a 170% Proposed Increase on the Minimum Investment Amount for Targeted Employment Areas
January 12, 2017
USCIS Drops the Hammer on the EB-5 Program by Announcing a 170% Proposed Increase on the Minimum Investment Amount for Targeted Employment Areas
January 12, 2017
5 Things You Need to Know about New Proposed EB-5 Rulemaking
January 10, 2017
5 Important Points from the New EB-5 Policy Manual
November 30, 2016
5 Important Points from the New EB-5 Policy Manual
November 30, 2016
Artisan Business Group Announces Chinese Real Estate Private Equity and EB-5 Investment Forum October 26, 2016
September 08, 2016
World Events, Not Trade and Commerce, Are Shaping Immigration Policy in The 21st Century
April 28, 2016
Bernard Wolfsdorf Selected as 2016's Most Highly Regarded Immigration Lawyer in North America
April 11, 2016

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