About Rebecca Bodony
Rebecca (Becky) Bodony is an immigration attorney. She is the founder and managing attorney at BMB Immigration Law PLLC, Chicago, Illinois.
BMB Immigration Law PLLC specializes in assisting business and/or investor clients in securing employment-based visas and permanent residency in the United States.
Bodony’s practice focuses on representing clients in their immigration petitions, responses to RFEs, and appeals. Since 2013, she has solely practiced immigration law, with a substantial portion of her practice being dedicated to EB-5. Representing both direct and regional center investors, Bodony specializes in complicated sources of funds, with a focus on Indian sources of funds. Aside from EB-5, she has vast experience with E-2 investors; E-3 and H-1B work visas; L-1 and EB-1C intracompany transfers; as well as O-1 and EB-1A extraordinary ability petitions.
Bodony started her legal career in New York-based White & Case LLP’s litigation department. She also did some work for the firm’s immigration department and was granted a Pro Bono Award for defending children facing deportation.
Bodony received her bachelor’s degree from the McDonough School of Business at Georgetown University. She earned her Juris Doctor and Master of Laws degrees in international and comparative law from Duke Law School.
She is admitted to practice law at the State Bar of New York, and is permitted to practice federal immigration law in any U.S. state.
Bodony is proficient in Spanish.
Answers to EB-5 8 Questions Answered
- When does an EB-5 investor obtain the right to apply for naturalization?
- How can I use my company that is located in a TEA for direct EB-5 investments?
- How can we get a refund for our EB-5 investment that got rejected due to project failure?
- How can a business partnership with a US citizen help with an EB-5 visa application?
- How can I combine EB-5 and H-1B?
- How can I apply for an EB-5 visa through concurrent filing while on H-1B?
- How would it affect my EB-5 I-829 processing if I marry a non-resident in the meantime?
- What are the options for my future spouse to benefit from my conditional EB-5 green card?