About Richard A Gump, Jr
Richard Gump is an EB-5 immigration attorney and founder of the Law Offices of Richard A. Gump, Jr., located in Dallas. Attorney Gump focuses his practice on international law, with an emphasis on authorized employment and immigration. Attorney Gump has practiced law in Dallas for over 40 years and has a substantial background in personal and business visas for overseas individuals and immigration-associated risk assessment and compliance. Attorney Gump offers many services, including immigrant and nonimmigrant visas for professionals and investors, and mergers and acquisitions concerning immigration matters.
Attorney Gump has been titled Texas Super Lawyer for nearly a decade in the field of immigration and has been featured in Texas Monthly Magazine for the past nine years. He has also been acknowledged in Chambers America’s Leading lawyers for Business and the International Who’s Who of Business and Corporate Immigration Lawyers. He has been selected by his peers as one of the Best Lawyers in America in Immigration Law. Furthermore, attorney Gump is indexed as a top-notch attorney in Texas Lawyer’s Go-to-Guide.
Attorney Gump is part of a number of associations, including the Federal Bar Association, the Dallas Bar Association, the American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA), the State Bar of Texas, and the International Bar Association. Under the Immigration Reform and Control Act of 1986, Attorney Gump took care of the first employer sanctions in the Southwestern United States.
Throughout 40 years as a lawyer, attorney Gump has offered his services as planning chairman of AILA (Texas Chapter), committee chairman for the Advanced Immigration & Nationality Law Conference of the State Bar of Texas, committee chairman for the USCIS Texas Service Center, Immigration and Nationality Law Conference planning committee member, member of AILA’s Compliance Audit Standards Committee, Member of the World Affairs Council, and more.
Attorney Gump received his Bachelor of Arts in government from the University of Texas and his Juris Doctorate from the University of Texas School of Law. He is admitted to practice law before the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, The U.S. Department of Justice, all Texas state courts, and all federal immigration-related agencies and courts.
Answers to EB-5 51 Questions Answered
- How can I use jobs created at different locations of a direct investment for I-829?
- How are EB-5 loans usually positioned in a capital stack?
- What are the challenges faced by immigrants with an E-2 visa who want to apply for EB-5?
- Is it safer for an immigrant investor to invest in an ongoing EB-5 project or a newly established one?
- How can I make my real estate investment work for the EB-5 Immigrant Investor Program?
- Who is required to create the 10 EB-5 jobs?
- When will the minimum EB-5 investment amount change?
- Which countries are restricted from the EB-5 visa?
- How safe can the EB 5 visa investment be?
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- What is the difference between an indirect and a direct EB-5 job?
- When must a direct investor have an EB-5 business plan?
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- How can a conditional permanent resident apply for citizenship?
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- What is the status of dependents after I-526 approval?
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- How will an EB-5 application affect CPT, OPT, and H-1B?
- When can unmarried children over 21 get a green card?
- How do I do due diligence on EB-5 regional center projects?
- How much of the business must the EB-5 investor own?
- How does USCIS view EB-5 investment funds earned from bitcoins?
- How many other EB-5 investors will be in a regional center project?
- What can an employer pay for on the EB-5 application?
- Why did I-526 denials increase in 2016?
- When can I add my husband to my EB-5 application?
- What is the difference between USCIS and the NVC?
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- What happens if I make two EB-5 investments?
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- What is my status during an appeal against H-1B termination?
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- What sector can an EB-5 investment be in?
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- When does the period for continuous residence for naturalization begin?
- What are the conditions for I-829 approval?
- Where are EB-5 regional centers located?