About Lana Kurilova-Rich
Lana Vladimirovna Kurilova Rich is an EB-5 immigration attorney at Lana Kurilova-Rich PLLC in Washington. Lana Kurilova Rich PLLC places great emphasis on personalized and prompt customer service, and uses a “partnering approach” to understand each client’s requirements and apprehensions.
Attorney Rich has worked as a law clerk for the Honorable Elaine M. Houghton at the Court of Appeals of the state of Washington, Division II. She has also held various other positions, including project manager at a telecommunications company, operations auditor at a lending institution, and a director at a Russian university. Attorney Rich has an extensive knowledge of estate planning, business law, and immigration law. Her upbringing in Russia has given her an acute understanding of the complexity of immigration law when serving clients from Russia and all over the United States.
In addition to her career in law, attorney Rich has also had a successful business career. Her achievements include negotiating several commercial agreements with major corporate clients, contributing to business development goals, being assigned the responsibility of $20 million in client funds, and developing strategies to tackle business disputes. Her focus on business carries over into her practice in immigration law when it comes to her day-to-day interactions with corporations and business professionals.
Attorney Rich attended Far Eastern National University School of Law in Vladivostok, Russia to receive a jurist degree in 1993. She then migrated to the United States and attended Alaska Pacific University for a Master of Business Administration in 1995. She graduated from University of Washington School of Law in 2007 with an Master of Laws with a concentration in taxation and received her Juris Doctor from Seattle University School of Law in 2003. She is licensed to practice law in Washington, and is a member of the American Immigration Lawyers Association and the Primorskiy Regional Bar Association in Russia.
Answers to EB-5 24 Questions Answered
- How can someone with a visitor’s visa apply for the EB-5 Immigrant Investor Program while staying in the U.S.?
- How can an E-2 investor change to EB-5 direct investment?
- When does an EB-5 investor become a U.S. taxpayer?
- How can my entire family immigrate to the United States through the EB-5 visa program?
- What restrictions are there on recovering capital if an EB-5 investment fails?
- What are my options if my source of funds documents for an I-526 are unavailable?
- What does “good moral character” as a permanent resident mean?
- Does the entire EB-5 business have to be established at once?
- How can I use my company''s revenue as a source of funds?
- Does the U.S. maintain any restrictions on repatriating EB-5 funds at the end of the term?
- How long does it take to get a response after appealing?
- Do all immigrant investors have to invest through EB-5 Regional Centers?
- What are the most common problems that EB-5 visa applicants face?
- How do I make a safe EB-5 investment?
- Would an EB-5 visa be a good option?
- Can an EB-5 green card be granted to the partners managing a company?
- How much are EB-5 attorney fees?
- Is there an age limit for the EB-5 Visa Program?
- How can you prove source of funds for gifts in the EB-5 program?
- What types of EB-5 projects get approved?
- Where can I find a list of EB-5 projects?
- How can investors from Middle Eastern tax free havens participate in the EB-5 program?
- What is the restriction on the number of Chinese EB-5 applicants?
- Can I use a gift to get my EB-5 visa?