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Scott represents both corporate and individual clients in U.S. immigration matters, with a focus on global workforce mobility issues such as due diligence considerations and risk management assessments for mergers, acquisitions, restructurings, downsizings, and startups. He also represents both regional centers and individual investors in the EB-5 Immigrant Investor Program. Scott currently serves as the chair of Cozen O'Connor's Immigration Practice.
Scott’s corporate clients include major global organizations in the financial services, fashion, media, IT, energy, insurance, health care, and hospitality sectors, for whom he provides an array of immigration services, including nonimmigrant visas, permanent residence, labor certification, EB-5 issues, and I-9 review and compliance. Scott also represents individuals in family-based immigration and citizenship matters.
Scott has coordinated centralized representation of U.S. immigration matters for financial services, investment management, and insurance divisions of one of the world’s largest diversified financial services organizations. He has managed corporate restructuring and consolidation issues for the immigration practice of a major health care and health insurance provider. He has represented a wide array of individual professional athletes from major and minor league organizations in baseball, basketball, hockey, and other sports on visa and citizenship matters. Scott assisted numerous small business owners across various industries with registration before the State Department under the E-visa program for treaty traders and treaty investors. He has implemented I-9 review and compliance programs for multiple national and international businesses and across a wide range of sectors.
Scott is an active member of the Investor Markets Committee of Invest In the USA (IIUSA) as well as with the American Immigration Lawyers Association where he previously served as a program committee and symposium coordinator for the New York Chapter Immigration Law Symposium. Scott is also an allied member of eb5investors.com and a past member of the University of Miami Citizens Board.
Scott received his law degree from John Marshall Law School and his bachelor’s from the University of Tennessee.
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