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About Molly Wessel
Molly L. Wessel is an EB-5 immigration attorney practicing with Chen Lin & Wessel LLP. Attorney Wessel is highly skilled in EB-5 matters and has the experience to successfully represent her clients and help them meet their goals. She has experience in regional center representation, EB-5 securities issues, I-829 petitions (removal of conditions) and I-924 applications (application for regional centers).
Attorney Wessel works with her clients in order to help guide them through the complicated and lengthy EB-5 process. Chen Lin and Wessel LLP specializes in business transactions and immigration services. On the business side, they prepare corporate documents, draft agreements, and form legal entities, and they have experience personalizing and customizing their legal services for each customer. On the immigration side, they focus on EB-5 immigration, and have successfully represented EB-5 individual investors in filing their petitions and removing the conditions on their permanent residence. They have also assisted regional center operators with opening their regional centers and complying with the pertinent regulations.
Chen Lin and Wessel LLP is also committed to community service and involvements, and donates time and service to legal aid foundations, community organizations, and pro-bono cases. Such community service not only helps the attorneys hone their skills, but also benefits the community and helps attorneys maintain an up-to-date understanding of legal problems facing immigrant investors.
Attorney Wessel received her Juris Doctor from Pepperdine University School of Law, located in Malibu, Calif. She received her Bachelor of Science in accounting from the University of Iowa.
Attorney Wessel is active and involved in the immigration community. She is a member of the State Bar of New York, the State Bar of California, and the American Bar Association. She is admitted to practice law before the U.S. District Court, the Appellate Court of New York, the Supreme Court of California, and Central District of California.