About Ed Prudhomme
Edwin Prudhomme is an EB-5 immigration attorney and the principal and founder of the Prudhomme Law Office, an immigration law firm with offices in Phoenix, Houston, Las Vegas, and Vienna, Austria. He has more than 50 years of experience of providing legal services to individuals, families, organizations and businesses that have U.S. immigration concerns.
The Prudhomme Law Office is a firm that handles cases in the areas of immigration, contracts, and corporate law. The firm provides legal services to families, professionals, skilled workers, and foreign-based businesses who want to live, work, trade, and/or expand their businesses in the United States. The Prudhomme Law Offices offer various immigration-related services; their services include, but are not limited to, investor visas (E-1 and E-2), employment-based visas (H-1B, J-1, Q-1, L-1, and O-1 visas), visitors’ visas (B-1 and B-2), student visas (F-1 and M-1), fiance visas (K-1), investor visas (EB-5 or employment creation visas), employment-based visas (EB-1, EB-2, EB-3, and EB-4), diversity visas (green card lottery), asylum (asylum and refugee applications), and family-based immigration. The firm also provides legal services for international adoptions, business transactions, naturalization applications, deportation and exclusion concerns, IRCA and I-9 compliance, and more.
Attorney Prudhomme has extensive years of experience as an immigration lawyer. His practice is mainly focused on business immigration, U.S. immigration, and nationality laws. In his five decades of experience, he has helped countless individuals, families, and businesses live, work, or operate in the United States legally. He has handled complicated and publicized cases, such as Fano v. O’Neil (1987), Five Star Restaurants (2001), and Hyatt Regency (2007). His experiences also include serving as a U.S. immigration judge at the Executive Offices for Immigration Review and serving as honorary consul for Austria.
Attorney Prudhomme completed his undergraduate degree at Notre Dame University. He later completed his Juris Doctor degree at St. Mary’s University in 1959. He continued his studies and finished his Master of Arts in political science at the Texas A&M University in 1970.
Attorney Prudhomme is admitted to the Federal District Court, Eastern District (1961) and Southern District (1976), U.S. Tax Court (1960), the Supreme Court of Texas (1959), the U.S. Supreme Court (1965), in Texas; Federal District Court of Arkansas (1979); and the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit (1985).
Attorney Prudhomme is a member of several professional organizations. He is an active member of State Bar of Texas, Texas Bar Immigration Committee, and Texas Board of Legal Specialization (he is a board certified nationality and immigration lawyer). Attorney Prudhomme was also a board member or an officer of the American Immigration Lawyers Association (past chairperson and one of the board of governors), the Japan-American Society – Nevada Chapter (board of directors), the Chinese American Chamber of Commerce – Nevada (board of directors), the Clark County Bar Association and the Consular Corps College (board of governors).