About C Matthew Schulz
C. Matthew Schulz is an EB-5 immigration lawyer. He is a member of Dentons’ litigation and dispute resolution team, which focuses on business immigration and employment law from the Dentons office in Silicon Valley, California. His practice has primarily focused on business immigration law since becoming a lawyer in 1984.
Dentons is the largest law firm in the world with more than 8,800 lawyers and professionals at 158 locations in 66 countries.
Schulz is a leader for the firm’s global mobility, venture technology and emerging growth company practices. He helps employers with EB-5 applications, global transfers, employment contracts, employee benefits and tax planning. Schulz also advises on staffing strategies, personnel policies, corporate compliance and best practices.
Schulz serves as co-editor of the Global Mobility Review, published by Dentons.
Schulz has also been published in the Recorder, the Daily Journal and EB5 Investors Magazine. He has spoken on EB-5 topics at seminars in the United States, China and Vietnam.
Schulz has been with Dentons since 2013. Prior to then, he worked for other law firms, including Baker & McKenzie from 1996 to 2013, where he specialized in immigration matters. Schulz also worked for Simmons & Ungar and Graham & James. He has served as a visiting lecturer at Santa Clara University, Stanford University and Golden Gate University.
Schulz is a graduate of the University of California, Irvine. He received his juris doctor from the Golden Gate University School of Law in 1984. Schultz is a member of the American Bar Association, American Immigration Lawyers Association, State Bar of California, Inter-Pacific Bar Association and is a former chairman of the immigration committee for the Santa Clara County Bar Association.
In addition to English, Schulz speaks German and Spanish.