Michael G. Homeier is an EB-5 attorney and founder of Homeier & Law, P.C., a firm with offices in New York City and Los Angeles. Attorney Homier practices corporate, transactional, business financing, and general business law and has nearly 30 years of experience working at both private law firms and as in-house corporate counsel.
Homeier & Law, P.C. exclusively focuses on business and corporate transactional law, including securities. The firm represents a diverse clientele from a variety of industries both internationally and domestically, from entrepreneurs and startups to publicly traded companies. The firm’s practice includes mergers and acquisitions, secured and unsecured lending, finance, venture capital, licensing, new media, securities, ecommerce, technology, and other transactions. The firm is also a leader in EB-5 securities and corporate transactions and has represented clients on over 90 EB-5 projects and regional centers.
Attorney Homeier possesses deep expertise and knowledge about the EB-5 industry. He represents numerous EB-5 Regional Centers and assists with project structuring as well as drafting and negotiation of securities and business documents, such as investor procurement agreements, private placement memoranda (PPMS), subscription agreements, loan agreements, limited liability agreements, corporate and transactional documents, regional center contracts, and investor questionnaires.
Attorney Homeier is a professor of law and regularly speaks at business law, EB-5, and business financing-related engagements. He also serves as an inspirational speaker for young adult and teenage cancer survivors about finding success in life after treatment, using his own survival story as an example.
Attorney Homeier earned his law degree from the University of Southern California and his undergraduate degree from the University of California, Los Angeles. He is a member of the American Immigration Lawyers Association and the State Bar of California.
Answers to EB-5 16 Questions Answered
- If I gift someone their EB-5 investment funds, what documentation do I have to provide to help them along in their application process?
- What are Regulation S and Regulation D?
- How does USCIS view binary options as an EB-5 investment source?
- How do I find EB-5 investment options?
- What securities laws apply to EB-5 investors recruiting other applicants?
- What is the maximum percentage of EB-5 funds that can be raised?
- How does a municipality establish an EB-5 regional center?
- Do I need to declare taxes on an EB-5 investment that was gifted from my parents?
- Are EB-5 visas still being issued?
- Can an EB-5 Investment be made in a 501(c)3 non-profit?
- What kind of attorney do I need to create an EB-5 Regional Center?
- Why are EB-5 investments regulated by the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC)?
- Can my wife and I used combined funds for the EB-5 Visa Program?
- Do you have to live near the EB-5 Regional Center that you invest in?
- Do I have to be an accredited investor to qualify for an EB-5 Visa?
- Which family members can qualify for an EB-5 immigrant investor visa?