About Joseph Best
Joseph E. Best is an EB-5 immigration attorney and the managing partner of Best & Associates, LLP, an immigration law group based in Philadelphia and the Berkshires with a presence in the Hudson Valley (New York). Attorney Best specializes in immigration law and removal proceedings. He has represented individuals and businesses before USCIS and the immigration courts in Philadelphia, Boston, Hartford, Conn., New York and Newark, NJ. He also represents appeals clients before the Board of Immigration Appeals. Best & Associates has represented a diverse clientele from over 100 countries.
The central focus at Best & Associates is providing the highest caliber of individualized service to their clients. Best & Associates does the utmost to make the EB-5 process painless for the firms and individual families whom they represent. The firm takes the necessary measures and explains the complexities of immigration work as it proceeds, keeping their clients informed throughout their cases.
In addition to being an immigration lawyer, attorney Best is an entrepreneur. His personal business experience as a self-employed business owner complements his EB-5 work to allow him to effectively meet the pressing needs of his corporate clients.
Attorney Best completed his Juris Doctor at the Villanova University School of Law in 2008. As a law student, he received funding through a public interest scholar program and was a recipient of the Dorothy Day Award for his outstanding public service. He also received an award from the American Bar Association/American Law Institute for his display of student leadership and his pre-law graduate education was funded by a merit-based fellowship from the Rotary International Foundation in Belgium. Attorney Best completed his master’s degree in political thought at the Institute of French Studies of New York University and his academic work was fully funded by the prestigious NYU Presidential Fellowship Program.
Answers to EB-5 23 Questions Answered
- How can you applying for a B1 or B2 visa while filing for an EB-5 visa?
- How can I take college courses while applying for EB-5?
- Do the same workers have to be employed the entire two years?
- Can I use gifted funds to apply for EB-5?
- Can I transition from an L-1 visa to an EB-5 visa?
- How do I choose an EB-5 project?
- How far back do I have to prove my source of funds?
- What happens if my I-829 does not get approved?
- Why do companies choose certain attorneys for EB-5 investors?
- How can I apply for EB-5 visa if spouse is already Permanent Resident?
- How can I afford EB-5?
- How is the EB-5 investor affected if the required jobs are not created?
- Is it possible to have two different I-485 applications pending?
- How can I prepare for the EB-5 Consulate interview?
- What are the U.S. living requirements for the EB-5 visa?
- How can I get an EB-5 visa if I have a B1/B2 visa?
- How can I apply for EB-5 visa if I have an F-1 student visa?
- How do I find investment experts to help with my EB-5?
- What will happen to my investment if my I-829 is denied?
- What is the risk of preparing my own I-829 petition?
- Can EB-5 be sponsored by a family member?
- What types of businesses qualify for EB-5 capital?
- Can we get another visa while awaiting EB-5 visa?