About Chrystal Green
Chrystal C. Green is an EB-5 immigration attorney at the law firm Jackson & Hertogs LLP, located in San Francisco, Calif. She assists individual clients and families with their needs in the area of immigration law and possesses several years of experience in the area of EB-5 investment immigration. Jackson & Hertogs was established in 1950 and consists of seven attorneys and 25 support staff, all of whom are exclusively focused on corporate immigration practice. The firm’s clients range from publicly-listed multinational companies, to venture capital-based start-ups, to individual entrepreneurs and scientists.
In the EB-5 sector, Attorney Green’s experience spans across all petitions and applications related to investment immigration. This includes regional center establishment, filing of individual immigrant investor petitions, filing for the removal of the conditions, and more. Throughout the immigration process, Attorney Green assists clients with any concurrent individual immigration matters which may arise. As a result of her EB-5 expertise, EB5Investors.com has published an article by Attorney Green exploring various issues relating to EB-5 petitions in standard immigrant investment projects.
Attorney Green is admitted to practice law in the United States and Canada, and as such, has helped clients who are seeking to immigrate to these countries. She also speaks English and French and thus has practiced law in both languages. She completed her B.A. in psychology at McGill University in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. She also earned her L.L.B at the University of Ottawa’s French Common Law Section in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. Attorney Green then went on to receive her L.L.M at the Howard University School of Law in Washington, D.C., where she concentrated on comparative law.
Attorney Green’s international upbringing provides her with a unique perspective and the ability to relate to her clients’ interests. She is of Caribbean descent and was born in Canada. By the time she turned 18 years-old, she had already lived in South Africa, Kenya and the United States. Her international background catalyzed her interest and passion in practicing immigration law. This passion is reflected in her various professional affiliations, including being a member of the American Bar Association, the Law Society of Upper Canada (of which she is a licensed Solicitor and Barrister), the Canadian American Bar Association and the California State Bar.