About Karen-Lee Pollak

Karen-Lee Pollak is an EB-5 immigration attorney and is the leading partner at Bell Nunnally, located in Dallas. She offers a full range of immigration legal services to large businesses and individuals. She has worked on immigrant and nonimmigrant visas for industry professionals, scientists, students, public figures, visitors and investors.

Her legal services also include PERM labor certificate applications and assistance with compliance audits and corporation policy formation for immigration issues. As a part of her practice of immigration litigation, she concentrates on federal court proceedings under the Administrative Procedure Act and removal defense. Attorney Pollak is an immigrant and therefore has firsthand knowledge of the criticality of the immigration process. Highlights of the cases she has represented so far include: assisting a famous promoter and Pro Rodeo Hall of Fame inductee bring rodeo champions from Australia to reside and perform in the United States; helping an accomplished scientist to self-petition for permanent residency through the Alien of Extraordinary Ability visa category; applying for P category visas for PGA golfers from Australia, representing publically-traded companied in L-1 cases; and assisting citizens of NAFTA countries to apply for investment and trader visas.

She writes regularly about the latest developments and guidelines on immigration law on her immigration blog titled Immigration Solutions. Her articles on immigration law are also frequently published on Law360.com. She was included in Newsweek’s “Leaders in Immigration Law Showcase,” and was selected by her fellow attorneys as a Texas Rising Star in the Texas Monthly, 2009.

Attorney Pollak received her education in Johannesburg at the University of Witwatersrand, where she completed her Bachelor of Arts in international relations and sociology in 1989, and her LLB in 1993. She is an active member of the American Immigration Lawyers Association, Texas Women Lawyers Association, and the Texas and California Bar associations. She is a part of the Genesis Women’s Shelter Pro Bono Immigration Services and a Military Assistance Project pro bono volunteer. Besides courts in Texas and California, she has been admitted to practice at the Supreme Court of South Africa and US. Court of Federal Claims.

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