While maintaining resident status is important for all residents, EB-5 investors must take extra precautions to ensure that they maintain their status because if they lose their CPR status, any derivative spouse and children will also lose their CPR status as well. ...
About Anusree Nair
Anusree “Anu” Nair serves as a partner of Klasko Immigration Law Partners, LLP and manages the Investor Division of the EB-5 Practice. Nair and her team handle all investor filings for the firm, a task that includes understanding and skill in the preparation and filing of I-526 and I-829 petitions, consular processing and adjustment of status (AOS) applications.
Nair has extensive experience with both regional center investments and direct investments in the EB-5 Immigration Investor Program. Her vast knowledge and skill in investor-related issues are recognized within the EB-5 industry and she is often called upon to review EB-5 cases prepared by other law firms to ensure they follow the standards of USCIS. Nair has also been often retained by other law firms to respond to Notices of Intent to Deny (NOID) and to file appeals for denials. She also has a lot of experience representing clients at visa interviews at overseas U.S. Consulates as well as those with USCIS.
Nair not only boasts a wide breadth of experience in employment-based immigration but also family-based matters. Prior to joining the EB-5 practice at Klasko Immigration Law Partners, LLP, Nair gained litigation experience representing hospitals, international record companies, multinational businesses as well as major production companies, helping such entities secure a variety of employment-based immigration benefits for their employees. She also served as an adjunct lecturer of Biology at Baruch College.
Nair graduated from Baruch College in New York City in 2006, where she earned a degree in Biology. She continued her schooling to obtain a law degree from the Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law, also located in New York City, where she also served as a submissions editor of the Cardozo Journal of Law & Gender. She is admitted to practice law in the State of New York.