About Diana Levy
Diana Levy is an EB-5 immigration lawyer and the founder of the Law Offices of Diana L. Levy, P.A., an immigration law firm based in Hollywood, Fla. Attorney Levy focuses her practice on U.S. immigration and nationality law. She and her associates provide legal assistance to individuals, families, employees, and businesses that want to enter, live, work, and trade in the United States.
The Law Offices of Diana L. Levy, P.A., was founded in 2000. The firm’s goal is to provide quality legal services to clients with business and immigration concerns at reasonable rates. The law firm is renowned for having high success rates when it comes to winning lawsuits and cases concerning U.S. immigration. Attorney Levy and her associates treat each immigration case uniquely; their legal services are customized and tailored to suit each individual case.
The firm handles cases involving immigrant visas (green card applications and aid in other consular processes), labor certification, naturalization, family-based visas, L-1 visas, H1-B visas, investor and treaty trader visas (E-1 and E-2 visas), religious workers’ visas, lawful and legal permanent residence in the United States (green card), and professional and business visas. Attorney Levy and her associates can represent clients with immigration concerns at several courts of the state.
Attorney Levy has years of experience and has already helped clients with various immigration concerns. She has helped families reunite through family-based petitions and has helped individuals attain citizenship through naturalization. She has also helped several foreign companies and businesses operate and trade in the United States. Attorney Levy guides her clients through the immigration process and provides information to help them understand how they can work in the country legally.
Attorney Levy received her Bachelor of Arts degree and graduated cum laude from Barnard College of Columbia in 1989. She earned her Juris Doctor degree and graduated cum laude from the University of Miami in 1993.
Attorney Levy is licensed to practice and is admitted to the Florida Bar and is a member of the American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA).
She can speak English, Spanish and Hebrew fluently.
Answers to EB-5 22 Questions Answered
- How will traveling affect the Consular Processing stage of my EB-5 application?
- What is the difference between an EB-5 project with exemplar approval and one without it?
- How does retroactively adding a derivative to an EB-5 application affect the process?
- What is the time limit to act on an approved I-526 petition for the EB-5 Immigrant Investor Program?
- How can an investor use E-2 funds for an EB-5 investment?
- How can I check my EB-5 priority date?
- How does USCIS define “dependents” in the EB-5 Immigrant Investor Program?
- What are the travel restrictions for a green card holder?
- What are the physical residence requirements for naturalization after receiving a green card?
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- How can I make my real estate investment work for the EB-5 Immigrant Investor Program?
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- What are regional center regulations on finding EB-5 investors?
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- What will happen to my investment if my I-829 is denied?
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