About David Tseng
David Jeffrey Tseng is an EB-5 immigration attorney in the Zimmerman Law Firm in Southlake, Texas. Zimmerman Law Firm specializes in the areas of corporate and securities, real estate, intellectual property, and private clients and estates matters. Attorney Tseng is also a transactional specialist, business attorney and taxation lawyer who has vast experience working for reputable law firms such as Sifford, Edson, Meyer & Jones, LLP in Dallas, Texas, and Hughes & Luce (K&L Gates, LLP), a law firm with global offices. He also worked as a special counsel in the Republic of China Office of Economic Development.
Attorney Tseng has over 20 years of extensive corporate and transactional legal experience in corporate and commercial law. He has had a chance to contribute in the sale of F-14 fighter aircraft to the Republic of China, including compliance with the Trading with the Enemy Act and negotiation with the U.S. State Department. Other than that, he also improvised a deal for a corporate spin-off that qualified under Code Section 355 for a multi-million dollar publicly traded craft company. Zimmerman Law Firm focuses on legal matters that concern corporate and securities issues, intellectual property and real estate. The law firm maintains an excellent business and attorney-client relationship by providing excellent legal services and advice.
As a law firm known for real estate, Zimmerman Law Firm assists private clients with immigration concerns, especially when they are looking to invest in a business within the field of real estate. The firm offers supreme legal services for the EB-5 program as well, taking into account the ever growing popularity of real estate related EB-5 projects. Zimmerman Law Firm helps foreign clients who invested in the real estate business get a U.S. green card and become what is called a conditional permanent resident in the United States. Zimmerman Law Firm simply makes it easier for foreign clients to have their real estate investment grow and flourish by helping them avoid all the difficulties and problems associated with the combined challenges of real estate and immigration. They help clients wade through the following legal matters: acquisitions and sales, commercial development, commercial leasing, construction, real estate finance and real estate venture.
Attorney Tseng earned his degrees in political science and economics at Southern Methodist University. He later completed his law degree at the University of Tulsa School of Law in Tulsa, Okla. He then went to Tulane University School of Law to obtain his Master’s of Law Degree in corporate and commercial law and further on enrolled and completed his Master’s of Law Degree in taxation at the Washington University School of Law.
Attorney Tseng held academic positions at Texas Wesleyan School of Law, where he worked as an adjunct professor of federal tax procedure, and at Tulane University School of Law, where he became the senior research assistant to William A. Lovett for the second edition of West Publishing’s Banking Law in a Nutshell. He fluently writes and speaks Mandarin Chinese.
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- How should we attract Chinese investments?
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- How are full time equivalent positions counted by USCIS in an EB-5 visa?
- What tuition will my child pay as an EB-5 dependent?
- How much does the IRS tax EB-5 investments?
- How can a loan be used to supplement my EB-5 capital investment?
- Should I have the same attorney for all EB-5 applications?