About Emre Ozgu
Emre Ozgu is an EB-5 immigration attorney and partner at Marst, Mukamal, & Kleiner LLP located in New York City, the oldest law firm in the United States that focuses its practice solely on immigration law. The firm offers services in all facets of immigration law, such as citizenship, work visas, corporate compliance, naturalization, expatriation matters, and permanent residence. The firm also offers representation at U.S. embassies and practices law before the U.S. Department of State, U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services, U.S. Department of Labor and various state and federal courts. Attorney Ozgu adds to the firm’s considerable knowledge and experience in immigration law. His main focuses are family and employment immigration law. Attorney Ozgu has been in the legal industry for nearly 15 years and has established an exceptional reputation in the legal arena.
Attorney Ozgu is a reputable lawyer in the field of immigration law and has devoted his practice to providing excellent service and desirable outcomes for his clients.
Attorney Ozgu is from Bethlehem, Penn. In 1994, he obtained a Bachelors of Arts degree at Lehigh University. Three years later, he received his Juris Doctorate degree at New York Law School.
Attorney Ozgu is admitted to practice before the U.S. District Court for the Southern and Eastern Courts of New York, New York, and New Jersey. Attorney Ozgu is a member of several professional associations. He has been a member of the American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA) for 14 years, since almost the beginning of his legal career. As a member of AILA, he has participated in the District Director Liaison Committee, National Immigrant Investor Committee, and the New York Chapter Corporate Practice Committee. Attorney Ozgu is also a part of the Turkish American Business Forum and the Turkish American Chamber of Commerce & Industry. He is fluent in Turkish.
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- Do I need to invest before the I-526 petition is filed?
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- What is the risk of preparing my own I-829 petition?
- What if my EB5 investment fails after the two year window?
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