About Richard Yemm
Richard Yemm is an EB-5 immigration attorney at Wolfsdorf Immigration Law Group, a firm located in Santa Monica, Calif., and named by U.S. News’ Best Lawyers as a “Tier 1” Immigration Law Firm in Metropolitan Los Angeles. Attorney Yemm’s practice focuses primarily on the analysis of the consequences of immigration into the United States, foreign criminal convictions and immigrant and nonimmigrant waivers of inadmissibility. He is certified by the California State Bar as a legal specialist in the field of immigration and nationality law.
The Wolfsdorfs Immigration Law Group is known for its high success rate and experience in handling difficult and complicated immigration cases. The associates of the law firm are compassionate in helping individuals legally come to and work in the United States. The group has helped international and large companies, entertainers, professionals, skilled workers, and individuals in academia with their immigration concerns. The law firm’s services include U.S. immigration services, I-9, global immigration services (in more than 70 countries), various workshops and trainings, DV green card lottery, EB-5 (for investors), and deferred action.
Attorney Yemm has many accomplishments in the field of immigration law and has overturned grounds of inadmissibility at a variety of embassies and consulates around the globe. In addition, he has experienced success representing clients in removal proceedings in both the Los Angeles and San Diego immigration courts.
With his background, he has been able to assist clients with a wide variety of petitions. He has aided clients in filling out investor, entertainment, business, and marriage/family-based nonimmigrant and immigrant visa petitions, in addition to applications for U.S. citizenship. Attorney Yemm has also assisted clients with their corporate I-9 compliance audits.
Attorney Yemm graduated with honors from the University of Exeter, School of Law in the United Kingdom.
Attorney Yemm is currently serving as the CBP Liaison for the Southern California Chapter of the American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA). He is admitted to practice law in both California and New York. He also frequently writes blogs pertaining to interesting issues in the immigration field.