About Olivia Orza
Olivia Orza is an EB-5 immigration attorney, and the founder and managing partner at Orza Global Immigration LLC, located in Atlanta, Ga. She has been practicing law for nearly a decade. Attorney Orza’s practice concentrates chiefly on international migration matters and U.S. nationality and immigration law, and she represents individual and corporate clients on a wide range of family and business immigration issues. She has helped employers to receive U.S. Department of Labor certification on PERM applications, and individuals to obtain immigrant and non-immigrant visas, maintain lawful status, and apply for U.S. citizenship, among other matters.
Attorney Orza has experience representing businesses in an assortment of industries and in all facets of commercial immigration, including intra-company transfers, naturalization applications, employment visas for professionals, adjustment of status applications, consular processing and immigrant visa petitions. She helps foreign entrepreneurs to obtain their EB-5 visas and non-immigrant E visas, including those for foreign nationals of exceptional and extraordinary ability, outstanding researchers, and multinational managers and executives. Attorney Orza has dedicated much of her time and legal career to EB-5-related matters and works with EB-5 service providers, regional centers, and other professionals to better help her clients navigate the complex EB-5 visa procedure.
With several publication credits and presentations to her name, and memberships in the American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA) and the Georgia Bar Journal editorial board, Attorney Orza is an active member of the immigration law community. She also serves as the Chair of AILA’s Atlanta Chapter New Member Division. She is admitted to practice law in Georgia, and is also eligible to practice law before the Georgia Supreme Court. Attorney Orza received her bachelor’s degree in 1999 from the University of Georgia. Soon after, she attended law school at Tulane University and graduated with a Juris Doctor degree in 2004. She is fluent in Romanian and English, and proficient in Spanish.
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- What happens to derivatives if the principle EB-5 investor passes away?
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