Karen Caco is a leading EB-5 Regional Center lawyer and Consular Processing expert. She speaks around the world about US immigration, EB-5 Regional Center investments and EB-5 Green Cards, Business Immigration and Consular Processing. She is the only immigration attorney in the world to visit and film the various Regional Centers in the United States and as a result is extremely knowledgeable about the inner workings of Regional Centers and their projects. Miss Caco assists investors from all over the world with their EB-5 Green Card applications and also helps form Regional Centers and obtain USCIS designation approvals for them. She works with corporations and individuals to plan their immigration strategies and travels around the world to assist with both immigrant and non-immigrant visa processing at the US Consulates and Embassies. While she is involved in all facets of immigration law, her area of concentration lies in business immigration, EB-5 Green Cards, worldwide consular assistance, work visas specifically L1, E2 and H-1B visas, and complex appeals. She has served on the American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA) EB-5 executive committee and the executive committee for the Association to Invest in the USA (IIUSA). She has been interviewed many times by local and state newspapers on immigration issues as well as NBC and ABC.
Miss Caco received her law degree from Widener University School of Law in Wilmington, Delaware. She is also a certified mediator, arbitrator and dispute resolutionist, having received her training and certification from Pepperdine University School of Law (Strauss Institute). Miss Caco is admitted to practice before the United States Supreme Court and is a member in good standing of the Florida Bar and the District of Columbia (DC). Her bar memberships and associations include the Florida Supreme Court and Florida Bar Association; District of Columbia Bar Court of Appeals; Washington, D.C. Bar Association; United States Supreme Court; the American Bar Association; and the United States District Court for the Middle district of Florida.
Karen can be reached at 305-895-0300 or at Karen@visaattorneys.com
Languages spoken: Spanish
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|Association name||Position name||Duration|
|IIUSA - The Association to Invest In America||Membership Committee||2009 - Present|
|American Immigration Lawyers Association||N/A||N/A|
|I-829 Removal of Conditions Applications||I-526 and I-829 Cases Approved!|
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|Pepperdine University School of Law||ADR||Dispute Resolution Certification||2000|
|Widener University School of Law||Law||JD - Juris Doctor||N/A|
|Advanced Interactive Immigration Workshop||I-829 Removal of Conditions Issues - the all important 3rd step to the EB5 process||2012|
|2012 Panama City Investment Forum||Immigration Options for Foreign Nationals||2012|
|2012 Miami EB-5 Investment Forum||EB-5 Regional Center designation applications||2012|
|South Africa Trade Mission||EB-5 Green Cards and Other Immigration Options (Work Visas) for the US||2011|
|Marco Island Realtors Annual Luncheon||Immigration Options For Foreign Nationals That Every Realtor Must Know||2011|
|International World Real Estate Summit||EB-5 Green Cards and Work Visas for the US||2011|
|Immigration Speaking Event||Immigration Options and Deportation Issues for Employees||2011|
|Central Plains Womens Dairy Expo||EB-5 Green Cards and Immigration Essentials (for farm owners and their employees)||2011|
|Bonita Springs Realtors Event||Immigration Options For Foreign Nationals That Every Realtor Must Know||2011|
|AILA Teleconference - Ohio Chapter||EB-5 Green Cards: Eliminating the Fear Factor||2011|
|A Guide to EB-5 Investment||EB-5: Considerations in Preparing and Filing the I-829 Applicatioin||2011|
|25th Annual AILA Central Florida Chapter Seminar||Business Strategies for Growth in E2 or L1 cases (and EB-5)||2011|
|2011 San Diego EB-5 Boot Camp||EB-5 Petitions: A 3 Step Process||2011|
|EB-5 Foreign Investor Seminar||EB-5 Foreign Investment||2008|