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Susan Pilcher
Attorney (Immigration)


800 Wilshire Blvd., Suite 900, Los Angeles, CA, 90017
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Susan Pilcher

Susan Pilcher


Carroll & Scribner, P.C. attorneys are among the most experienced internationally with the EB-5 Immigrant Investor Program, through which businesses may secure private capital from foreign national investors for the development of job-creating commercial enterprises. We regularly represent immigrant investors, Regional Center developers and project organizers, and we have assisted many dozens of EB-5 investors with their I-526 petitions and their I-829 petitions for removal of conditions, resulting in permanent green cards for these investors and their families. We have a 100% record of success with I-526 and I-829 petitions filed on behalf of clients worldwide in a variety of EB-5 investment vehicles.   

Ed Carroll is one of a handful of attorneys nationally who represent the American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA) to the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services agency, as a member of AILA’s EB-5 Committee. He has been actively involved with the EB-5 program since its inception. He is frequently asked to consult with Regional Center developers and project organizers and to provide guidance on the development of EB-5 investment offerings.   

Susan Pilcher has extensive experience with representation of EB-5 investors, having successfully represented many dozens of individuals and their families from over 35 countries through the processes of securing EB-5 visas, transitioning to the United States as permanent residents, and ultimately securing unconditional green cards.  She is frequently asked to speak and educate other attorneys regarding the EB-5 visa process, and she is an extensively published author and associate editor of an authoritative text on EB-5 law.

Mark Scribner, the firm’s commercial and business law attorney,  is a key member of our EB-5 legal team. Mark has expertise in counseling EB-5 project and Regional Center developers on the business and securities law aspects of structuring their business enterprises and developing their private securities offerings.

Carroll & Scribner’s ability to offer its EB-5 project developer clients legal counsel that draws on expertise with not only immigration law but also real estate development, securities law, and corporate/commercial law enables the firm to identify and navigate through the myriad issues that arise in the course of creating a market-ready EB-5  project.   


Susan L. Pilcher's practice at Stone Grzegorek & Gonzalez LLP focuses on business and investment immigration. Ms. Pilcher counsels and represents clients in a diverse range of investment-related immigration matters, ranging from working with entrepreneurs on nonimmigrant status and long-range strategic planning, to preparing I-526 and I-829 petitions and template filings, guiding developers in the preparation of investment offerings suitable for EB-5 funding, developing I-924 Regional Center applications, and counseling Regional Centers and developers on ongoing compliance issues. Ms. Pilcher’s investment immigration clients have included individual E-2 and EB-5 investors from 40 countries, EB-5 project developers, USCIS-designated regional centers, and regional center applicants. Her general business immigration practice has been devoted substantially to the EB-5 Immigrant Investor Program since early 2007. She additionally has extensive experience with both routine and complex consular processing and border adjudications, and with servicing the business immigration needs of large and small companies, including hospitals, a Fortune fastest growing company, and large multinational enterprises. A widely published author and frequent speaker on investment immigration topics, Ms. Pilcher’s background includes over 20 years of immigration law experience, including 15 years of private immigration law practice, several years of commercial law practice and nearly a decade of full-time law teaching (including immigration law). She earned her J.D. with distinction from Stanford Law School, where she was managing editor of the Stanford Law Review.

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