Ms. Jinhee Wilde, Principal and Managing Attorney of Wilde & Associates, is a featured speaker at the recent EB-5 conference held in Ho Chi Min City (Saigon) Vietnam.
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In December 2015 the Regional Center Program was reauthorized through September 30, 2016, by the Consolidated Appropriations Act of 2016 (P.L. 114-113). The pending expiration of the program renewed attention on it and legislation has been introduced in the 114th Congress related to the EB-5 visa category. The following bills would modify the Regional Center […]
U..S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) recently proposed a significant increase in EB-5 Program filing fees for projects and investors. USCIS published a notice of proposed rulemaking in the Federal Register inviting public comment (through 07/05/2016) on the proposed Services Fee Schedule The proposed fee increase are as follow: Form I-526 immigrant petition: increase from […]
A boutique business Immigration law firm located in Rockville, MD is looking to hire a full-time legal assistant with excellent communication and organization skill and diligent work ethic. The duties include assisting the lawyers with preparing immigration cases and communicating with clients in China and other countries. Fluency (both speaking and writing) in Chinese, Vietnamese […]
Jinhee has been chosen as one of the top 25 EB-5 lawyers in the U.S. by EB5 Investors Magazine (voted for by thousands of attorneys, immigration brokers/agents, project developers and EB-5 investors), candidates being chosen on reputation, track record and experience. This recognition is richly deserved, as the key aspect of her work, which is […]
From EB5Investors.com EB5Investors Magazine is excited to present the top attorneys in the EB-5 industry. Our list includes the Top 25 EB-5 Immigration Attorneys, eight corporate and securities attorneys and four attorneys highlighted for their specific areas of expertise. These attorneys were chosen through a combination of community member votes, input from our editorial board […]
In an unpublished decision, the BIA found that the respondent was not inadmissible under INA §212(a)(9)(A)(ii) and therefore, did not require an I-212 waiver, because more than 10 years had passed since the time he was ordered removed in 2002, even though he reentered the U.S. in 2006. Courtesy of Araceli Perez-Brizo.
USCIS issued a policy memorandum with guidance on when a nursing position would qualify for an H-1B petition. The guidance includes specific registered nurse positions and duties that might qualify, how to demonstrate credentials for advanced practice registered nurses, state licensing requirements, and what types of evidence could be used to demonstrate that a position […]
I was able to get my H1B visa approved without any problem. Thank you so much for your careful and meticulous work and efforts.Ms. Lee from Maryland
Jinhee Wilde has extensive experience and a thorough knowledge of immigration policy and process. She and her staff are professional, and courteous. I found Wilde & Associates' integrity, commitment, and the passion and swiftness in performing their work very exceptional.F. W. Maryland
We were able to successfully complete the long and tiring immigration process with the help and advice of Attorneys Jinhee Wilde and Sunwook An.Mr. Kim from New Jersey
“Not all lawyers are equal” – I learned this the hard way. 2 years ago, I had retained a lawyer from LA area for my son’s EB-5 case. I had traveled to LA to personally interview the lawyer before hiring him. Unfortunately, the lawyer was completely incompetent and lied to me about filing the case when he didn’t. When I cried for help, the Regional Center referred me to Ms. Wilde who took over the case and filed the petition within 2 weeks of being retained. Her work product was so superior to the other lawyer’s that I was surprised. Long story short, my son’s case was approved within few months and I owe everything to Ms. Wilde and her team for doing such an excellent job.Park, Seoul, Korea
I have been a licensed immigration agent in Korea for many years. In that role, I have worked with many immigration lawyers with PERM LC and EB-5 cases before meeting Ms. Wilde at an Immigration Expo in Seoul. Having worked with her and her office since last year, I was shocked to see how carefully they do everything from obtaining Prevailing Wage determination to recruitment process to filing – no other lawyer ever took so meticulous care with each and every step of recruitment process, filing to audit process that Wilde & Associates does.Kim, CEO in Seoul