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The Law Office of Fred Voigtmann, P.C. practices U.S. immigration and nationality law with a particular concentration on employment-based, business, and investment immigration.
Our attorneys have extensive legal experience and we believe in consistently and efficiently delivering exceptional service to our clients worldwide. We have a deep understanding of the complex U.S. immigration laws and regulations and are able to tailor our advice and counsel to the unique needs and situations of our clients.
Our practice involves the representation of applicants for USCIS EB-5 regional center designation and individual foreign investors in the preparation and filing of I-526 and I-829 petitions and immigrant visa processing abroad, including U.S. embassies and consulates throughout the world.
We are frequently called upon to advise companies on compliance with USCIS rules and regulations and are the “law firm of choice” for several established American EB-5 regional centers. We have successfully represented hundreds of foreign national entrepreneurs and investors investing in pooled direct investment companies, approved regional centers, and their own enterprises.
In addition, we represent companies in sponsoring foreign workers for temporary or permanent employment authorization, and we represent individuals with extraordinary ability in the arts, sciences, business, athletics and the entertainment industry.
We also have been honored to perform the legal work necessary to reunify families who are separated across the globe, as well as obtaining permanent residence status for foreign nationals marrying American citizens. Our work includes representation of fiancés, spouses, parents, children and siblings.
Our cases are handled by a senior U.S. licensed lawyer and we work with talented case processors and staff fluent in Mandarin, Tagalog, and Spanish. We have two offices in Los Angeles and work with service providers in Beijing, Shanghai, and Taipei.
Fredrick W. Voigtmann is a noted expert in employment-based, investor and business immigration matters, having been mentored by the two leading EB-5 practitioners, including a the former General Counsel of the Immigration and Naturalization Service (“INS”).
Mr. Voigtmann has practiced immigration and nationality law exclusively since 1993, concentrating on EB-5, labor certifications, H1-B, L-1 and E-2 visas. He has represented Regional Centers in obtaining USCIS designation and has prepared hundreds of I-526 and I-829 foreign investor petitions and immigrant visa applications. His appellate experience includes assisting with the oral argument at the Administrative Appeals Office in the case of Matter of Izumii. Mr. Voigtmann is a noted speaker and author in the area of EB-5 law.
Conversant in Mandarin Chinese, Mr. Voigtmann has represented clients before the U.S. Embassies and Consulates in Hong Kong, Singapore, Jakarta, Shanghai, Beijing and Guangzhou and the American Institute in Taiwan. He has served as Co-Chair of the American Immigration Lawyers Association Investor Committee and has published numerous articles on the topic of corporate immigration.
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