About Robert West
Robert West is an EB-5 immigration attorney and head of the Law Office of Robert West, an immigration law firm based in Las Vegas. Attorney West and his associates concentrate on and practice in the area of U.S. immigration law. The firm provides various legal services that can assist individuals and businesses with immigration issues.
Attorney West has valuable experience in handling cases for clients with immigration problems and concerns. His clientele includes families, professionals, skilled workers, athletes, artists, musicians, people in the entertainment industry, businessmen, investors, and numerous organizations who wish to visit, tour, work, live, and/or attend conferences in the United States. He specifically practices U.S. immigration law in the areas of deportation defense, family immigration (fiances, parents, spouses, children), employment immigration (L-1, H-1B, P and O visas, etc.), waivers (fraud, criminal, health grounds, and unlawful presence), investors (E-1/E-2 non-immigrant investors and EB-5 immigrant investors), North American Free Trade Agreement (Mexicans and Canadians), and other U.S. immigration matters and concerns.
Attorney West is one of the most skilled immigration lawyers in Las Vegas. His clients trust him because of the quality of his legal services. He thoroughly understands U.S. immigration law and is capable of handling a variety of cases regarding U.S. Department of Labor (USDOL), USCIS, and U.S. Department of State (USDOS). Attorney West thoroughly assists clients in understanding complicated immigration processes and requirements. He provides advice to his clients on how to pass immigration interviews and consular processing and assists them with all their requirements.
Attorney West completed his Bachelor of Arts degree at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas in 1993. After obtaining a B.A. he completed his Juris Doctor degree in Touro College Jacob D. Fuchsberg Law Center in 1997. He then received his Masters of Laws (LLM) at the University Of San Diego School of Law in 1999. After his studies, he was admitted to several state bars, including U.S. District Court, Southern, Northern, and Central Districts of California; the California State Bar; U.S. Court of Appeals for the Armed Forces; U.S. Court of Appeals, Ninth Circuit; U.S. Tax Court; and the U.S. Supreme Court.
Attorney Robert West is bilingual and can converse in both English and Spanish.
Answers to EB-5 33 Questions Answered
- How can I use cumulative gifts as source of funds?
- How can I get my parents eligible as EB-5 dependents?
- How can I change the location for consular interview?
- How can an EB-5 dependent obtain a conditional green card separately from the main applicant?
- How can I apply for EB-5 if I have a pending I-130?
- How can an investor increase their involvement in an EB-5 project?
- How are EB-5 investors affected if the JCE goes bankrupt?
- What happens if a current EB-5 applicant gets married to a U.S. citizen?
- How can EB-5 funds be shifted to a different project?
- Can a U.S. citizen lend an EB-5 investor money?
- How can I transition from EB2 to EB5?
- Should I have the same attorney for all EB-5 applications?
- How can I use my B-1 visa while applying for EB-5?
- How can I use E-2 visa to expedite EB-5 visa?
- How is EB-5 job creation calculated for an existing business?
- What is the first step in the EB-5 process?
- How am I affected by other EB-5 investors in a pooled project?
- What do you tell Russan investors about source of funds?
- What is needed to complete my I-485 petition?
- How can I apply for EB-5 visa if spouse is already Permanent Resident?
- Can I buy a home to get a green card?
- Would investing in a convenience store qualify for an EB-5 visa?
- Is it possible to have two different I-485 applications pending?
- How can I prepare for the EB-5 Consulate interview?
- How can my business become an EB-5 Regional Center?
- What is needed to complete my I-829 petition?
- How can I team up with a Regional Center for an EB-5 project?
- Should I invest in a company before they are an accredited regional center?
- Why do Regional Centers use mezzanine financing?
- Can EB-5 be sponsored by a family member?
- How do I choose a good regional center?
- How will new US immigration reform policies affect EB-5 applications?
- How does an eb5 investor prove his source of funds?