About Mark UrbanskiMark Urbanski is an EB-5 immigration attorney that has dedicated his practice, the Law Offices of Mark A. Urbanski, to immigration and nationality law for over 10 years, focusing on commercial and investment-based immigration matters. He specializes in providing immigration solutions to a wide array of individuals. Attorney Urbanski has obtained visas and green cards for a great number of people and represented hundreds of clients from a variety of fields, such as technology companies, academic institutions, accounting firms, hospitals, and the hospitality industry. He has advised municipalities, businesses and individuals on the creation of EB-5 Regional Centers and has represented investors for various reputable EB-5 Regional Centers.
Attorney Urbanski represents clients from across the United States and the world through his practice in Washington, D.C. and Northern Virginia. His solo practice has enabled him to offer rates far lower than most large or mid-size law firms and to provide greater individual attention and accessibility. Attorney Urbanski is fully equipped and prepared for the multifaceted and rapidly changing legal landscape and is more than able to help clients navigate the immigration process and related business matters.
Attorney Urbanski received his bachelor’s degree from Cornell University and his Juris Doctorate from the University at Buffalo, the State University of New York. Attorney Urbanski has taught courses in international law, business law and public policy as an adjunct professor at the Rochester Institute of Technology, University of Rochester, and other institutions.
Attorney Urbanski is active in numerous bar associations, including the D.C. Bar, and has been active in the American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA) for over 10 years. He is also admitted to practice before U.S. Federal Courts in five circuits. Attorney Urbanski has presented numerous seminars at the World Bank and International Monetary Fund, served on the American Immigration Lawyers Association panel, and spoken before crowds of business frontrunners and investors abroad.
He is fluent in English, Spanish, and Italian and conversant in basic French and Mandarin Chinese.
Answers to EB-5 18 Questions Answered
- How do I know whether or not an EB-5 project is part of a Regional Center?
- Can you attract EB-5 investors outside of a Targeted Employment Area?
- Will I have to go to an embassy interview to get an EB-5 visa?
- Could a healthcare provider raise capital through 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?
- Can people from any country get an EB-5 visa?
- Is there a limit on the number of projects an EB-5 Regional Center can have?
- How can I determine if my EB-5 project will qualify for TEA designation?
- When can I move to the United States in the EB-5 visa process?
- Will I have to pay taxes if I am an investor in the EB-5 visa program?
- Can an EB-5 investor be employed for compensation at the business they invest in?
- Why are EB-5 investments regulated by the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC)?
- What is an EB-5 migration agent?
- What documents are used for the trace of funds in the EB-5 Program?
- Can I stay in the U.S. while going through the EB-5 program?
- Do you have to live near the EB-5 Regional Center that you invest in?
- Which family members can qualify for an EB-5 immigrant investor visa?