About Marc Yelnick
Marc M. Yelnick is an EB-5 immigration attorney and a senior attorney at Litwin & Associates, one of the country’s most respected law firms specializing in U.S. immigration law. He has represented a variety of clients, including prominent companies such as Pfizer, Exxon Mobil, and Netflix.com, among others. Aside from legal work, he has participated in several speaking engagements with educational institutions, associations, trade and services groups, investment groups, and professional groups to tackle the subject of immigration law and its related topics. Fully committed to his practice, attorney Yelnick has also served as an organizer and speaker for local, regional, and national conferences with the American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA). Attorney Yelnick has over 35 years of legal experience and has helped hundreds of clients win their immigration battles, successfully guiding them through the complex processes involved with U.S. immigration law.
Litwin & Associates is located in the Santa Clara-San Francisco area, servicing and assisting Northern California businesses and individuals. The legal services of Litwin & Associates are in demand because of the firm’s high success rate on cases of business and employment based immigration, family based immigration, green cards and naturalization, and immigration compliance and enforcement on the work site. The firm has an outstanding reputation for the legal services they provide to thousands of foreigners. They have assisted these countless foreign individuals obtain green cards and establish businesses and corporate careers on American soil.
Litwin & Associates provides effective and excellent legal advice, as it is their mission to assist their clients in achieving their immigration goals. Litwin & Associates understands the importance of helping immigrants realize their potential in the U.S. economy. That is why they dedicate their time, energy and expertise to helping individuals move to and settle in the United States. Attorney Yelnick is a member of the elite ranks of Litwin & Associates. Litwin & Associates has an excellent line-up of competent immigration lawyers with over 50 years of legal experience of giving legal counsel to their clients with U.S. immigration issues.
Attorney Yelnick earned his Bachelor of Arts degree at Brooklyn College of the City University of New York in Brooklyn. He later went on to achieve his Juris Doctor degree at St. John's University School of Law, Jamaica, New York. His areas of practice include immigration law, immigrant employment visas, adjustment of status, U.S. citizenship or naturalization, business or investment immigration, and family immigration. He has several different bar admissions including New York, U.S. District Court Northern District of California, U.S. District Court Southern District of New York, U.S. District Court Eastern District of New York, and U.S. Supreme Court.
Answers to EB-5 45 Questions Answered
- How can I invest in a residential real estate project?
- Why has my I-829 been pending for 13 years?
- What if my EB-5 investment fails after two years?
- How can I travel with a visitor visa while applying for EB-5?
- How will EB-5 conflict with a family visa application?
- What are the risks of the EB-5 program?
- How can a same-sex couple qualify for EB-5?
- How restrictive is the medical screening for U.S. immigration?
- How will overstaying my visa affect my EB-5 application?
- How will a prior denial affect I-526 processing?
- Where does my family have to live?
- How can I loan my son money for EB-5?
- How long do I need to stay in the United States to keep my CPR status?
- How can I invest in two businesses?
- Can I use retirement funds for EB-5?
- Should I maintain my current immigration status?
- How do I apply for H-1B and EB-5 simultaneously?
- What restrictions are there for the origin of EB-5 funds?
- 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?
- What happens to my investment if my I-526 is approved but my immigrant visa is denied?
- How much money should I have in escrow?
- Will the minimum amount for EB-5 ever be increased?
- How can I apply for EB-5 if I am out of status?
- How can I sponsor my child through the H1-B visa after I obtain my EB-5 visa?
- What are the job creation requiremets when creating an EB-5 direct investment business in a regional center?
- What happened if I waited a year and my I-526 still hasn''t been approved?
- How do payments work for immigration lawyers?
- Can EB-5 applicants apply for B1/B2 visa?
- How can I file for the EB-5 visa for my family?
- How will leaving the U.S. affect my pending I-526?
- Does construction of my EB-5 project have to last at least 2 years?
- How can I petition for my husband at a later time?
- How do I document inherited money?
- How do I change my business plan?
- How can I adjust my status to an EB-5 visa?
- How do I choose a reliable project?
- How can I qualify as a regional center?
- How do I navigate rule 506?
- How does my $1 million have to be invested?
- How long before I can move to USA?
- How do I prepare for an embassy interview?
- Can I operate a Regional Center abroad?
- How can a EB5 visa applicant apply for F-1 Visa?
- How do I present EB-5 capital to a bank?