Christian Triantaphyllis is a partner at Jackson Walker LLP. Triantaphyllis concentrates his practice on business immigration matters and is a member of the firm’s EB-5 legal team.
A global immigration law firm, Foster, LLP was founded in 1973, and currently has the most board-certified attorneys in nationality and immigration law in Texas. The firm is also the largest immigration law firm owned by a minority in the United States. Foster, LLP provides comprehensive solutions for individuals, families and businesses, and assists some of the largest corporations worldwide, along with leading midmarket and emerging companies. Foster, LLP’s team of EB-5 attorneys has experience assisting clients through all stages of the EB-5 process.
Attorney Triantaphyllis possesses first-hand experience assisting foreign nationals from around the world through the EB-5 visa program. He has prepared and filed many I-526 petitions and I-829 petitions for regional center investors and direct investors. He is also experienced in preparing I-924 applications for regional center designation and reviewing EB-5 project documents for compliance with USCIS requirements. Attorney Triantaphyllis makes it easier for his clients to work through the demanding EB-5 immigrant investor process by assisting them in pursuing their immigration goals with a thorough, knowledgeable and enthusiastic approach. He also represents clients on matters pertaining to USCIS, Customs and Border Protection, and Department of State immigration requirements.
Attorney Triantaphyllis earned his Bachelor of Arts degree from Southern Methodist University in 2003. He then earned his law degree in 2011 from New York Law School. He was recognized with the New York Law School Public Interest Fellowship Award.
Attorney Triantaphyllis is licensed to practice law in Texas. He served as editor of news for the ABA’s Immigration Litigation Committee and is a member of the American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA), the New York County Lawyers’ Association (NYCLA), the Houston Bar Association (HBA), and the National Peace Corps Association (NPCA). Attorney Triantaphyllis is the author of numerous articles concerning EB-5 topics and other international legal issues regarding law and order. Such articles include co-authoring, “A Report on Source of Funds: Perils of the Administrative Fee,” and “Evolving Escrow: Navigating Delayed USCIS Processing Times” for EB5 Investors Magazine.
Attorney Triantaphyllis is fluent in English and conversant in Spanish and Chichewa.
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Each year USCIS-designated regional centers are required to report their activity by submitting the Supplement to Form I-924 (“I-924A”) as a means of providing annual reporting to USCIS. Attorney Christian Triantaphyllis provides practical guidance to consider in a response.
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