About Christina Corbaci
Christina Corbaci is an EB-5 attorney who practice focuses exclusively on U.S. immigration law as managing partner of The Law Offices of Christina Corbaci, LLC. Attorney Corbaci has experience with all areas of immigration law and has an actively expanding EB-5 investor visa practice. She handles EB-5 Regional Center matters along with individual direct investment through the EB-5 program. Her office includes six other attorneys and a team of 14 office staff who are multilingual. This team of skilled legal professionals strives to focus on communication and close client contact. Attorney Corbaci is comfortable representing clients from across the world and has successfully worked with clients who invested in business ventures throughout the United States. She handles a wide range of immigration matters and is extremely familiar with immigration law intricacies and is also very familiar with the numerous governmental agencies that dictate the outcomes of EB-5 matters.
Attorney Corbaci earned her law degree from Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law in 2007, where she concentrated on international and comparative law. She earned her bachelor’s degree in international law and diplomacy and Spanish from Brigham Young University in 2002.
Attorney Corbaci is admitted to practice law in Massachusetts and New York. Attorney Corbaci is active in the American Immigration Lawyers Association. Attorney Corbaci speaks conversational French, Turkish, Portuguese and Greek and is fluent in Spanish. The firm’s staff also speaks Mandarin, Spanish, and Portuguese.
Answers to EB-5 7 Questions Answered
- Can I apply for an EB-5 Visa while in the US on an E3 Visa?
- Can I use gifted money from my maternal uncle for EB5?
- Does USCIS give a receipt upon receiving EB-5 visa materials?
- Can an illegal immigrant qualify for an EB-5 visa?
- Can investors from Vietnam participate in the EB-5 visa program?
- Can a secured loan be used to fund an EB5 visa investment?
- When are EB-5 investments available to the business?