About A Mina Tran
A. Mina Tran is an EB-5 immigration attorney, a founding partner of Palmer & Tran, and the manager of Tran Law Group. Attorney Tran has practiced law for more than 15 years and focuses her entire practice on immigration law.
Attorney Tran has been a speaker on immigration law, workers’ compensation, and small business management matters at the University of California, Los Angeles School of Law and Whittier Law School. She has also been a guest panelist at numerous EB-5 seminars including those hosted by EB5Investors.com, the EB-5 Institute, and the Los Angeles County Bar Association. Attorney Tran has served as adjunct professor teaching immigration law and business legal environment courses at Santa Ana College. She has also lectured on immigration business visas at California State University, Los Angeles.
A native of Vietnam, Attorney Tran immigrated to the United States with her family at a young age as a refugee from Vietnam and is fluent in Vietnamese. She earned her undergraduate degree from Boston College, where she graduated with honors and earned her law degree from UCLA School of Law. Before dedicating her practice solely to immigration law, Attorney Tran concentrated on employment and fair housing law and worked on class action torts against public and private defendants.
Attorney Tran is an active member of the American Immigration Lawyers Association and served as the secretary of the Immigration Law Section of the Orange County Bar Association. She is admitted to practice before the California Supreme Court, the Central District Court, and the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals.
Answers to EB-5 33 Questions Answered
- How will a delay due to an EB-5 immigrant’s communist status affect I-526 and then I-829 approval?
- How can a current B1/B2 visa holder travel to the United States after applying for the EB-5 visa?
- How can I ensure that the business I invest in will securely handle my EB-5 investment?
- How can I list my company for an EB-5 project?
- Can the funds used to purchase real estate qualify as part of the required capital?
- How can you applying for a B1 or B2 visa while filing for an EB-5 visa?
- How is Form I-551 related to my EB-5 investment?
- How can I take college courses while applying for EB-5?
- What responsbilities does the U.S. contractor have?
- What is the best option to make up for a deficit of funds?
- How much time must be spent in the U.S. to obtain a green card?
- How does the USCIS determine "good health"?
- What are the requirements for education and business experience?
- How do I transition from a temporary to permanent green card?
- How can I sell my EB-5 business after becoming a citizen?
- Are any countries excluded from the EB-5 program?
- Do I need to be fluent in English to apply for EB-5?
- Do older franchises count for EB-5?
- What sources of funds are allowed for investing in a regional center?
- Can I take a loan to make an EB-5 investment?
- What is the current processing time for the I-526 Petition?
- Does the applicant need to physically live in the United States for the entire EB-5 process?
- Can I move a pre-existing company to the United States for EB-5?
- What happened if I waited a year and my I-526 still hasn''t been approved?
- What is a typical return on investment of a regional center?
- How can I form a regional center without the start-up capital?
- How do I document inherited money?
- How can I petition for my husband at a later time?
- How can an out-of-status person go through with EB-5?
- How can an EB-5 investment be divided?
- Does construction of my EB-5 project have to last at least 2 years?
- What sort of business can I invest in for EB-5?
- How can I file for the EB-5 visa for my family?