Martin Lawler

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Martin J. Lawler is an immigration lawyer and author based in San Francisco, California. His law office Lawler & Lawler works with securing temporary visas, permanent residence, naturalization, and passports for people from around the world. He specialized on investor EB-5 and E-2 visas, and family based visas.

EB-5 Visas[edit]

Martin has filed more than 500 EB-5 I-526 investor petitions and has numerous I-829 approvals (past success does not guarantee case

approval). He has represented many in setting up regional centers, including regional centers for hotels, mixed-use real estate, wind energy,

medical care, and manufacturing among other industries. The firm’s staff includes members fluent in Mandarin, Cantonese, Spanish,

and Vietnamese.

Author[edit]

His flagship book was the first law book dedicated to H-1B visas, but has since expanded to cover most business visas and is now in its fifth edition.

Professionals: A Matter of Degree, by Martin J. Lawler [1],[edit]

published by the American Immigration Law Foundation, it is the leading book on visas and

green cards for professionals and investors.

Articles[edit]

Wall Street Journal[edit]

Martin has also written commentary articles for the Wall Street Journal [2]

CNBC[edit]

He was also interviewed on the subject of US immigration by CNBC in 2010.[3]

References[edit]

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  1. ^ Lawler, Martin J. (2004-12-31). Professionals: A Matter of Degree (4 Pck edition ed.). Washington, D.C.: Amer Immigration Lawyers Assn. ISBN 9781573701204. 
  2. ^ https://www.wsj.com/articles/martin-lawler-and-margaret-stock-saying-no-thanks-to-87-500-high-skill-workers-1399503620
  3. ^ Wells, Jane (2010-05-26). "Want to Become a US Citizen? Money Talks". CNBC. Retrieved 2017-07-17.