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About Ignacio Donoso
Attorney Ignacio A. Donoso is an EB-5 immigration attorney and managing member at I.A. Donoso & Associates, LLC, located in Bethesda, Md. Attorney Donoso practices law in the areas of nationality and consular laws, as well as U.S. immigration law.
I.A. Donoso & Associates is nationally recognized in the United States for their expertise in EB-5 and all other investor visas. The firm’s team of attorneys and legal professionals is highly knowledgeable about business structures, accounting concepts and has the legal knowledge necessary to successfully accomplish their clients’ goals. I.A. Donoso & Associates works closely with each one of its clients and offers tailored advice and services to fulfill their needs. p>
Attorney Donoso has assisted many clients seeking help with immigration law matters. His clients include individuals, families, professionals, skilled workers, groups, organizations, corporations and companies who want to enter the United States. It is part of his job to explain the complexity of U.S. immigration laws in detail to his clients. He has already helped countless foreign companies enter and do business in the United States. He also assists businessmen and traders in completing legal documents and fulfilling the requirements of U.S. immigration law. With more than a decade of helping immigrants and tourists, attorney Donoso is considered one of the best lawyers in this field in Washington D.C. Prior to opening his own firm, attorney Donoso was an attorney at FosterQuan.
Aside from assisting and representing clients with immigration problems, attorney Donoso also contributes immigration-related articles to publications and is a frequent media source for immigration topics. Additionally, attorney Donoso is the co-author of “Immigration Options for Nurses and Allied Health Care Professionals,” which was published by the American Immigration Lawyers Association in 2004. He also co-authored “Programa Visa EB-5,” which appeared in Familias Latinas.
Attorney Donoso is also a member of several affiliations, organizations and groups. He is admitted to practice in U.S. District Court, Northern District of California, and in the U.S. District Court, Southern District of Texas. He is a member of the State Bar of California and of the American Immigration Lawyers Association. He was also on the board of directors of the American Jewish Committee (2006 to present), and of the Houston Chamber of Latin Entrepreneurs (2008). He also taught international and comparative law at the University of Barcelona. In 2008, he was selected by the Texas Service Liaison Service Committee of the American Immigration Lawyers Association.
Attorney Donoso studied at McGill University and completed his Bachelor of Arts degree (with distinction) in 1993. In that same year, he also finished both his Bachelor of Laws degree (LL.B.) and his Bachelor of Civil Law (B.C.L.) degree at McGill University. He further continued his studies and completed his LL.M. degree at George Washington University in 1998.
Attorney Donoso is fluent in several languages; he can converse well in English, French, and Spanish.