About Margo Chernysheva
Margo Chernysheva is an EB-5 immigration attorney who practices with the immigration law firm MC Law Group located in Las Vegas. Attorney Chernysheva strives to set high standards for customized, comprehensive business and family-based immigration services. From the firm’s offices in both Las Vegas and Los Angeles, attorney Chernysheva is able to service clients from throughout the western United States, from the entire nation and from across the globe. To accommodate this, the staff and attorneys at the firm are fluent in English, Spanish, French, Armenian, Russian, Tagalog, Mandarin and Cantonese.
Attorney Chernysheva focuses her practice on business immigration, mediation, corporate and contract law. She handles EB-5 and E-1/E-2 investor visas; employment sponsored visas such as H-2, H-1, and L1, NAFTA immigration services to qualified Mexican and Canadian citizens, family immigration, including sponsorship of immediate family members and fiance visas, I-9 compliance and counsel to the human resources departments of large corporations, medium sized, and small businesses; asylum; and immigration court representation and deportation advocacy.
MC Law Firm strives to maintain strong lines of communication with all of its clients. The firm also maintains strong communication with governmental entities, including immigration courts, U.S. Border Patrol, U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement, U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services, and U.S. consulates abroad.
Attorney Chernysheva earned her undergraduate degree summa cum laude from Quinnipiac University, where she studied international business and economics. She subsequently earned her law degree from the William S. Boyd School of Law at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas. She is admitted to practice law before the state of Nevada, the Supreme Court of California, and the U.S. District Court for the District of Nevada. She is a member of the American Immigration Lawyers Association, the Clark County Bar Association, the Nevada Supreme Court Foreclosure Mediation Program and the Neighborhood Justice Center of Southern Nevada. She is fluent in English, French, Russian and Armenian.
Answers to EB-5 124 Questions Answered
- How will an EB-5 application affect my F-1 visa application?
- What would happen to my EB-5 application if I got married after submitting my I-526 application but before having my DS-260 interview?
- When can an EB-5 investor and family begin working?
- When can an EB-5 dependent get an EAD card?
- When can I return funds gifted for an EB-5 investment?
- How will another marriage affect my EB-5 application?
- How should EB-5 funds be gifted to avoid source of fund issues?
- What is the minimum investment through an EB-5 regional center?
- How can off-shore costs be included in the EB-5 investment amount?
- What is the difference between the EB-5 and EB-3 visa?
- When must I have the EB-5 funds ready in my bank account?
- What are the possible ways I can participate in the EB-5 program?
- How many attorneys can I have on my EB-5 case?
- When must a direct investor have an EB-5 business plan?
- How does USCIS send out RFEs for investors in an EB-5 project?
- When can unmarried children over 21 get a green card?
- What is the definition of EB-5 investment?
- When can I add my husband to my EB-5 application?
- How are employees selected for jobs created by EB-5 investment?
- How restrictive is the medical screening for U.S. immigration?
- How can I find projects and attorneys who can speak Vietnamese?
- How will overstaying my visa affect my EB-5 application?
- How can an ex-communist party member apply for EB-5?
- Will the minimum amount for EB-5 ever be increased?
- How can I apply for EB-5 while being under asylum in the United States?
- How can I use lottery winnings as a source of income?
- How can I find active EB-5 projects?
- How will my marriage date affect my family''s green cards?
- What is the process for permanent residency to U.S. citizenship?
- What limitations are there on the amount of EB-5 capital allowed for a project?
- How can an Indian immigrant investor transfer funds more efficiently?
- Does the U.S. maintain any restrictions on repatriating EB-5 funds at the end of the term?
- How can I prove a lawful source of funds if I have no revenue?
- How do I establish residency after receiving my green card?
- How can I obtain an EB-5 visa while on another visa?
- How much time must be spent in the U.S. to obtain a green card?
- What is the best option to make up for a deficit of funds?
- How do I transition from a temporary to permanent green card?
- How can I sell my EB-5 business after becoming a citizen?
- Are any countries excluded from the EB-5 program?
- What are my options for involvement in my EB-5 project?
- Can a U.S. citizen lend an EB-5 investor money?
- How can EB-5 funds be shifted to a different project?
- When can a project use the investment capital?
- How does an EB-5 investor get paid?
- Can I use gifted funds to apply for EB-5?
- Can I invest in multiple EB-5 projects?
- What is a typical return on investment of a regional center?
- How do I prepare for an embassy interview?
- How are full time equivalent positions counted by USCIS in an EB-5 visa?
- Can I operate a Regional Center abroad?
- How much does the IRS tax EB-5 investments?
- How will my OPT expiration affect my adjustment of status?
- When can I move to the U.S. during the EB-5 process?
- Is Westminster, Colorado a TEA?
- What will happen if my EB-5 project fails?
- How do you structure a gift of EB-5 funds?
- What documents are generally used to prove EB-5 source of funds?
- How can a loan be used to supplement my EB-5 capital investment?
- Should I have the same attorney for all EB-5 applications?
- What can an attorney do for an EB-5 investor?
- What benefits other than a visa can be gained from EB-5?
- How does my family apply for EB-5 from our home country?
- How will an expired F1 visa affect my I-526 petition?
- How can I apply for EB-5 while on OPT?
- How can I plan my direct EB-5 investment while out of county?
- How can I get visa as a non-principal investor?
- How can I use E-2 visa to expedite EB-5 visa?
- How is EB-5 job creation calculated for an existing business?
- What is needed to show EB-5 job creation?
- How can my investment funds be used in EB-5?
- What documents are needed to trace my source of funds for EB-5?
- What options are available for EB-5 investors with children over 21?
- What are the qualities of a good Regional Center?
- What is the first step in the EB-5 process?
- Why do companies choose certain attorneys for EB-5 investors?
- How is the EB-5 investor affected if the required jobs are not created?
- What are the EB-5 family restrictions for immigration?
- How will my EB-5 status affect dependent children?
- What happens if my EB-5 consular is denied?
- When can EB-5 funds be used during a project?
- Can I buy a home to get a green card?
- How often can I travel out of the U.S. with my green card?
- How does a permanent U.S. resident differ from a citizen?
- What are the benefits of becoming a Regional Center?
- Is a Regional Center a global location or domestic U.S. location?
- How can I apply for EB-5 visa if I have an F-1 student visa?
- How does my dependent child under EB-5 apply for U.S. college?
- What is the difference between an EB-5 visa and a L-1 visa?
- How can I team up with a Regional Center for an EB-5 project?
- What are the accredited investor requirements for EB-5?
- What income taxes must be filed after an EB-5 investor receives his green card?
- What are the U.S. living requirements for the EB-5 visa?
- How do I find investment experts to help with my EB-5?
- Does an eb5 investor have to actively participate in the company?
- Can EB-5 be sponsored by a family member?
- What is the risk of preparing my own I-829 petition?
- What types of businesses qualify for EB-5 capital?
- Am I a good candidate for EB-5 Visa?
- Do I need an attorney to apply for an EB-5 visa?