About Brian Johnson
Brian Johnson is an EB-5 immigration attorney practicing at Guerra & Johnson PC, an immigration law firm with offices in San Diego and Houston. Attorney Johnson focuses his practice on assisting clients in the visa process for employment-based immigration and non-immigrant visa. He is recognized for his quiet confidence and his unwavering desire to help his clients achieve their goals. Attorney Johnson has successfully provided representation in various immigration issues, including removal proceedings, and his broad range of experience has afforded him understanding, appreciation and respect for U.S. immigration law and the complex issues requiring representation.
Attorney Johnson is praised for his knowledge of how financial resources move throughout a business and how to establish those resources. He is an excellent legal advocate with an avid sense of finances, which his business immigration clients appreciate. Clients often reach out to him for his knowledge of labor certifications, PERM, and other visa petitions and applications. Attorney Johnson has also successfully handled consular matters in different parts of the world. His perseverance and quality preparation of application packages have contributed to his consular success in Mumbai, Islamabad, Kolkata, New Delhi, Johannesburg, Kuala Lumpur, Dhaka and Mexico City.
Attorney Johnson received his bachelor’s degree in political science from Rutgers College at Rutgers University and earned his Juris Doctor at the University of Houston Law Center.
He worked on criminal law with noted Professor David Dow and on family law with noted Professor J.T. Oldham. During law school in Fort Bend County, attorney Johnson worked as a clerk under the Immigration and Customs Office of Chief Counsel and the Honorable Judge Robert J. Kern within the 387th District Court. He was recognized with a public interest fellowship in 2005 for his work in the Department of Homeland Security.
Attorney Johnson is admitted to the State Bar of Texas, the 9th Circuit Courts and is a member of the San Diego County Bar Association, Immigration Lawyer Network, Immigration Law Group, ABA Young Lawyers Division, ABA International I, Global Trade Compliance Professionals, Lawyers Club of San Diego, California Business Practice, ITAR Compliance Professionals, International Immigration Professionals, Employee Relations and Investigation Professionals and the American Immigration Lawyers Association in San Diego and Houston.
Answers to EB-5 11 Questions Answered
- What are the U.S. living requirements for the EB-5 visa?
- What are regional center regulations on finding EB-5 investors?
- Should I invest in a company before they are an accredited regional center?
- What income taxes must be filed after an EB-5 investor receives his green card?
- How can I get an EB-5 visa if I have a B1/B2 visa?
- How can I turn my business concept into an EB-5 project?
- How do I find investment experts to help with my EB-5?
- What will happen to my investment if my I-829 is denied?
- Does EB-5 place limitations on family immigration?
- Can we get another visa while awaiting EB-5 visa?
- Must all regional center jobs be created in one area?