About Linda Liang
Linda Liang is the senior immigration attorney and founder of Linda Liang and Associates LLC, located in Plantation, Fla. Attorney Liang focuses her practice on all aspects of immigration law, with an emphasis on employment-based and business-related law, such as EB-5, H1B, and L visas. Her expertise also includes matters related to N removal, labor certification, national interest waivers, aliens of extraordinary ability, outstanding researchers, O nonimmigrant working visas, and customs and international trade law. With more than fifteen years of related legal experience, Attorney Liang has successfully handled diverse cases involving import and export regulation, international and domestic business transactions, trademark and copyright registration, contract arbitration, and more. She has also successfully handled a number of tough cases involving notice of intent to revoke and RFEs.
Prior to forming Linda Liang and Associates in 2008, Attorney Liang worked for several international companies, such as Thakral USA Inc, where she served as director and foreign legal consultant. In these roles, she was in charge of both business development and legal affairs. Attorney Liang also holds experience in corporation and transaction laws, having practiced with a local Shanghai law firm. Her extensive background includes negotiating various multi-lingual business agreements, along with assisting on international trade matters, such as business licensing, shipping of goods, and professional staffing and transfers. Attorney Liang is licensed to practice commercial law in China, and is eligible to practice federal immigration law in all U.S. jurisdictions.
A member of the state Bar of California, Attorney Liang earned her bachelor’s degree from Huazhong University of China, and her M.B.A. in business information systems from Utah State University. She is fully fluent in Cantonese, Mandarin, and English. Attorney Liang and her firm earned a 2012 AVVO Clients’ Choice Award in the field of immigration and she was named Community Lawyer of the Year in 2011 by the South Florida Asian Professional Association. She is a member of both the American Immigration Lawyers Association and the American Bar Associates.
Answers to EB-5 36 Questions Answered
- What happens with my status since my I-829 receipt expires soon and I am unable to schedule an info pass appointment?
- How can same-sex married couples apply for EB-5 on the same application?
- What should EB-5 regional centers and NCEs do when it comes to revising project documents?
- How can I change the corporate structure after my I-526 is approved but before the EB-5 interview?
- How can an EB-5 regional center project be transitioned into a direct investment project?
- What can I do to make USCIS send my approved EB-5 case to the NVC?
- Can my brother, who is a U.S. citizen, gift me funds for my direct EB-5 visa and also be a partner in the business?
- Will my dependent child face student visa issues with an approved I-526 but before NVC contact?
- Am I still on a normal processing time for my EB-5 visa?
- How will the lapse of the EB-5 regional center program impact my consular interview this month?
- Since the EB-5 RC reauthorization has lapsed, will USCIS adjudicate AP Combo Card applications while putting I-485 applications on-hold?
- How can we use our E-2 business to get an EB-5 visa?
- Could my EB-5 visa processing time change if I change my citizenship?
- How can I combine applications for F-1 and EB-5 visas?
- How can I check if an EB-5 project is approved as an "expedited" project?
- How can I qualify for EB-5 if my passport is expired?
- If I do EB-5 direct investment, how can I hire my friends and family members?
- What can pending EB-5 investors do in term of litigation if the EB-5 program do not get reauthorized?
- What is the role of common equity when an EB-5 investor invests?
- How can I change the location of my EB-5 interview?
- How long does an Indian EB-5 applicant need to wait for I-526 approval?
- At what point in the EB-5 process can we get our investment back?
- What can I do with my EB-5 application if my CSPA request was not eligible?
- Am I required to prove lawful source of a loan from relatives if it was already paid back before initiating my EB-5 process?
- How can I travel overseas while waiting for my EB-5 biometrics appointment for my I-485?
- As an EB-5 investor with an approved I-526, what happens now when the company I invested in went bankrupt due to COVID?
- How can I apply for an AOS for my EB-5 application on a B1/B2 visa?
- How should I prepare for my consular interview when going from EB-5 to EB-3?
- How do I get my green card faster, through an EB-5 I-485 or an EB-3 I-485?
- How can I enter the U.S. with an expired green card and two I-797 notices?
- How can we get our EB-5 investment back?
- Can I apply for EB-2 after I receive the conditional green card from EB-5?
- How could executive order on immigration affect I-551 renewal?
- Can my I-829 be denied if I use government welfare programs?
- How can a regional center legally pay foreign migration agencies?
- How will a criminal record affect my EB-5 visa eligibility?