About Jennifer Parser
Jennifer G. Parser is an EB-5 immigration attorney practicing at the law offices of Poyner & Spruill, LLP, which has locations throughout North Carolina. Her practice includes a wide range of labor, employment, and immigration matters. She assists with EB-5 visa petitions for investors pursuing both regional center investment and direct investment avenues. She also provides assistance with L-1B, L-1A, H-1B, other H-visas, E-3, E-2, E-1, J-1, O visas, PERM labor certifications, TN visas, F visas, employment visas, family visas, permanent residency, political asylum, naturalization, and deportation matters. Attorney Parser also assists with I-9 compliance, Immigration and Custom Enforcement matters, and employer-generated audit related issues. She also advises on and monitors the use of the E-Verify program.
Attorney Parser earned her undergraduate degree summa cum laude from Dartmouth College in 1973 and earned her law degree from Wake Forest University in 1978. She also obtained numerous certificates related to immigration law after law school, including a certificate in comparative private international law from Institut Universitaire de Hautes Etudes Internationales in Geneva, Switzerland, a certificate on E.E.C. law from London University, and a certificate in public international law from The Hague’s International Courts of Justice. She was admitted to practice law in New York in 1979.
Attorney Parser is multilingual; she speaks conversational German and is fluent in French. She is an active member in the International Affairs Council, Wake County Bar Association, North Carolina Bar Association, North Carolina Chinese Business Association, French American Chamber of Commerce in North Carolina, and the Triangle of British American Business Counsel of North Carolina.
Answers to EB-5 30 Questions Answered
- How much documentation is required for EB-5 source of funds for gifts?
- What is the current status of the EB-5 regional center program?
- What EB-5 visa queue is Hong Kong considered a part of?
- How can a loan be used to supplement my EB-5 capital investment?
- Can I buy a home to get a green card?
- What is a conditional green card?
- Are there business growth opportunities in the EB5 program?
- Would an EB-5 visa be a good option?
- Can EB-5 investors fund residential development?
- Can an EB-5 green card be granted to the partners managing a company?
- Can an EB-5 investor be employed for compensation at the business they invest in?
- Can EB-5 investors invest in a pre-existing business?
- How do I know which EB-5 Regional Centers have approved I-829s?
- Will I have to pay taxes if I am an investor in the EB-5 visa program?
- How can you prove source of funds for gifts in the EB-5 program?
- What documents are used for the trace of funds in the EB-5 Program?
- Does the government provide financing options for EB-5 visa applicants?
- Can my wife and I used combined funds for the EB-5 Visa Program?
- Which family members can qualify for an EB-5 immigrant investor visa?
- Do you have to live near the EB-5 Regional Center that you invest in?
- Is an equity or debt investment better for the EB-5 visa program?
- Can I stay in the U.S. while going through the EB-5 program?
- What options are available if an EB-5 Regional Center application is denied?
- What are the EB-5 visa investment requirements?
- What kinds of businesses qualify for EB-5 visa investment?
- What is an EB-5 project?
- What is the difference between U.S. citizenship and permanent residency?
- How long does it take to get a green card from the EB-5 program?
- Would the sale of existing commercial property qualify for the EB-5 Program?
- Can I apply for the EB-5 visa program if I overstayed my previous visa?