About John Roth
John Roth is an EB-5 immigration attorney at Roth Immigration Law Firm, based in New York. Along with practicing immigration law, attorney Roth’s MBA degree also certifies him to advise on financial matters. He deals with EB-5 applications on a frequent basis and is among the leading attorneys in the area that handle EB-5 visa applications.
He founded Roth Immigration Law Firm in 1986 to offer services in marriage-based and family visa categories. It was during his time working as an associate attorney at IBM Corporation that he realized the void in the market for efficient and trustworthy legal advising services for Russian citizens planning to apply for U.S. immigration. This insight led him to expand Roth Immigration Firm to overseas investment and immigration services.
What sets him apart from his fellow EB-5 attorneys is his vast knowledge of the business aspect of EB-5. He helps clients not only with EB-5 visa application, but also with choosing the ideal regional center to invest their money in. He has helped clients with various tax issues and in proving the authenticity of their investment funds.
Besides EB-5, he also experience working with L-1As and E-2 visas. He was registered to practice law in New York in 1984, and after seeing a need for professional, independent advice to help EB-5 investors select a suitable regional center, he passed the rigorous Series 7 and Series 63 exams to become an SEC-licensed and registered representative of a broker-dealer firm. He is a member of New York County Lawyers’ Association, American Immigration Lawyers Association and New York State Bar Association. He was the Robert Fisher Oxnam Prize recipient for his fluency in Russian and academic achievements as a political science undergraduate at Drew University. He went on to Wharton School of Business for his MBA, and changed his path to law and graduated from University of Pennsylvania with his J.D.
Roth Immigration Law prides itself in providing top-quality and personalized customer services to all its clients. The clients are provided with attorney Roth’s personal cell number, and their emails are responded to in a timely fashion. The firm has two locations in New York.
He owns and manages the consulting firm EB-5 Analytics, which provides EB-5 investors with carefully researched profiles of EB 5 Regional Centers and their projects. He remains an active EB-5 visa practitioner and has published numerous articles and has spoken at EB-5 industry events on the legal, financial and securities law aspects of EB-5 project due diligence.
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