About Jeffrey E Campion
EB-5 immigration attorney Jeffrey E. Campion provides legal representation for EB-5 investors, residency and naturalization through his practice, the Law Office of Jeffrey E. Campion, P.A. located in Weston, Fla. For nearly 13 years, attorney Campion has owned, operated, and managed his practice. Specializing in large companies and clients with a high net worth, attorney Campion continues to reinforce his consistent record of success. Campion’s firm upholds the traditions of serving the state of Florida and the global community in a progressive and conscientious manner.
Providing services for both nonimmigrant and immigrant visas, the Law Office of Jeffrey E. Campion, P.A. specializes in providing legal aid that is specially constructed to meet the diverse needs of their clients. Attorney Campion represents both businesses and individuals on the most effective and succinct way to obtain EB-5 investor visas. Attorney Campion’s firm has a history of success representing clients before the U.S. Department of Labor as well as various state employment agencies.
Attorney Campion was awarded his Juris Doctorate from the University of Florida College of Law graduating with honors. His extensive educational background also includes a master’s degree in Latin American studies and a bachelor’s degree in international finance and marketing, providing an expansive foundation to apply to the diverse needs of his clients. The successful track record of obtaining EB-5 visas for his clients puts attorney Campion at the forefront of immigration law throughout the state of Florida. Placing the focus on the individual or company he is representing is crucial to attorney Campion and his practice.
Fluent in English and Spanish, and conversational in Portuguese, attorney Campion has the global knowledge to both understand and fulfill the immigration demands of his clients. Experienced in representing both individuals and corporations, attorney Campion has the ability to effectively obtain EB-5 investor visas, labor certifications, nonimmigrant work visas, residency and naturalization.
Answers to EB-5 159 Questions Answered
- What happens if I apply for EB-5 now at $500K and then USCIS increases the investment amount?
- What happens with my EB-5 application and investment now when the EB-5 program was not reauthorized?
- Where does my family have to live?
- How can I loan my son money for EB-5?
- What documents do I need for EB-5?
- Can the EB-5 project have employees work in a non-TEA?
- How can I get I-526 approval before my B-2 visa expires?
- Should I maintain my current immigration status?
- Does my entire family need to be included in the EB-5 application?
- Can an EB-5 investment be in one business with multiple branches?
- How can I apply for a B visa while my I-526 is pending?
- How can I apply for EB-5 if I am out of status?
- How can I apply for EB-5 as an H1B visa holder?
- Is it possible to adjust my status after submission of I-526?
- When should an F-1 visa holder file the I-485?
- How do I operate a business as a B1/B2 visa holder?
- How can I get multiple opinions on EB-5 projects?
- How will my juveline record affect my EB-5 application?
- Do I already need to have 10 employees at the time of initial investment?
- What if USCIS denies my I-526 application but the investment was already made?
- How can you applying for a B1 or B2 visa while filing for an EB-5 visa?
- How can I take college courses while applying for EB-5?
- What is Matter of Ho and how does it affect my EB-5 investment?
- How can a student in the U.S. on an F-1 visa obtain an EB-5 visa?
- What are the chances of EB-5 approval with prior E-2 visa denial?
- Would an already existing company establishing a new company count for EB-5?
- How can I invest into a U.S. LLC then transfer the money into a project?
- Should EB-5 money be transferred in the United States or a foreign country?
- How can I use my company''s revenue as a source of funds?
- How can I re-enter the United States with a valid current F-1 visa while my I-526 is currently pending?
- How can I apply for EB-5 while applying for EB2?
- When is the best time to apply for EB-5?
- What are the issues with residential real estate EB-5 projects?
- Do the same workers have to be employed the entire two years?
- Will it affect my adjustment of status if I can''t find a job?
- How can I obtain an EB-5 visa while on another visa?
- What laws govern EB-5?
- How can I count construction jobs toward the 10 job requirement?
- What are the restrictions of the job creation requirement?
- How can I apply for EB-5 if I''ve been rejected for other visas?
- What kind of restrictions are there on repatriating EB5 funds?
- Do I need to be fluent in English to apply for EB-5?
- Does the entire investment need to be made at the time of filing?
- What are my options for involvement in my EB-5 project?
- Can I move a pre-existing company to the United States for EB-5?
- Does the applicant need to physically live in the United States for the entire EB-5 process?
- How far back do I have to prove my source of funds?
- Do older franchises count for EB-5?
- What sources of funds are allowed for investing in a regional center?
- How will leaving the U.S. affect my pending I-526?
- What are the conditions of a co-investment and a joint-venture?
- 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 will leaving the U.S. affect my pending I-526?
- What determines where you can live with an EB-5 visa?
- What are the benefits of EB-5 escrow capital?
- How do you structure a gift of EB-5 funds?
- Should I have the same attorney for all EB-5 applications?
- What documents are generally used to prove EB-5 source of funds?
- I have a Regional Center in Florida and I want to sell it?
- Is Westminster, Colorado a TEA?
- How will my OPT expiration affect my adjustment of status?
- How do I find out what areas are TEA designated?
- How does my family apply for EB-5 from our home country?
- How will an expired F1 visa affect my I-526 petition?
- What I-526 delays come with renting a Regional Center?
- How can I apply for EB-5 while on OPT?
- How is eligibility for EB-5 determined?
- How can I use E-2 visa to expedite EB-5 visa?
- How is EB-5 job creation calculated for an existing business?
- How can I get visa as a non-principal investor?
- How can multiple investors within a family apply for EB-5?
- How can my investment funds be used in EB-5?
- What options are available for EB-5 investors with children over 21?
- What documents are needed to trace my source of funds for EB-5?
- How can buying a business qualify me for an EB-5 visa?
- What are the qualities of a good Regional Center?
- How am I affected by other EB-5 investors in a pooled project?
- What happens if my I-829 does not get approved?
- What is the first step in the EB-5 process?
- How can I make my required EB-5 investment?
- Why do companies choose certain attorneys for EB-5 investors?
- When can EB-5 funds be used during a project?
- How can company employees apply for EB-5 visa?
- How is the EB-5 investor affected if the required jobs are not created?
- How do direct and Regional Center investments differ?
- How can our company qualify to receive EB-5 funds?
- How will my EB-5 status affect dependent children?
- What are the EB-5 family restrictions for immigration?
- What happens if my EB-5 consular is denied?
- How long does I-526 approval take for a direct investment?
- Can I buy a home to get a green card?
- What is the difference between an indirect job and an induced job?
- How long is an EB-5 visa holder tied to their investment project?
- How is job creation allocated to EB-5 investors?
- How does the USCIS determine a timeframe for EB-5 job creation?
- How do investors find EB-5 projects?
- How often can I travel out of the U.S. with my green card?
- How can I make EB-5 evaluation time faster?
- How does a permanent U.S. resident differ from a citizen?
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