About Blake Harrison
Blake Harrison is an investment immigration attorney at his own EB-5 law firm located in San Francisco, Calif., Harrison Law Office. Attorney Harrison has prepared and filed over 200 EB-5 applications, and represented a number of international entrepreneurs and investors seeking U.S. permanent immigration status both through regional center investments and direct EB-5 investments. His experience includes handling cases from clients using diverse investment source of funds, such as earnings from investor-owned companies, home equity loans, bonuses and salary accumulation, gifts, and investor-owned company loans.
Harrison Law Office is dedicated exclusively to EB-5 matters, guiding investors through the entire EB-5 process towards U.S. permanent residence. This legal representation includes filing the I-526 petition, assistance with documenting complex sources of funds, filing adjustment of status or consular processing applications, submitting evidence requested by USCIS, filing of the I-829 petition, and preparing clients for the visa interview with USCIS or with the U.S. Consulates overseas. The firm also collaborates with both EB-5 business plan consultants, regional centers, and other professionals during the EB-5 application process.
Attorney Harrison received his bachelor’s degree in international business from the University of Tennessee’s College of Business Administration. He then attended West Virginia University, where he earned his Juris Doctor, along with his Master of Business Administration from the College of Business and Economics. Attorney Harrison also completed his Master of Law’s degree from Golden Gate University School of Law, where he received a certificate of specialization in immigration law. His background in immigration and business law includes working for a Fortune 500 Company, and the Law Office of Vaughan de Kirby based in San Francisco, Calif. Attorney Harrison frequently authors legal articles and is actively licensed to practice law by the state of West Virginia.
Answers to EB-5 4 Questions Answered
- How can I use a $50K loan from my 401(k) as part of my EB-5 investment?
- What taxation liabilities do I have if I transfer savings abroad to the U.S. as EB-5 source of funds?
- What are the requirements for multiple EB-5 investors jointly investing in one direct EB-5 project?
- How do I prove EB-5 source of funds as a freelancer?