Publications/Media/News

Our Principal Attorney Gerald Cipolla is deeply immersed in our client’s legal interests.  He is a frequent speaker and writer on the U.S. immigration law.  Our immigration blogs, publications and interviews allow us to share our knowledge with the general public and our clients as well as equipping our attorneys to stay up to date to the ever-changing immigration law and monitor any issues that may affect our clients immigration rights, and ultimately deliver the best legal solutions to our clients.  If you are looking for an experienced immigration lawyer in Chicago or would like to have a consultation with a Chicago based immigration lawyer, please contact our law firm today.

Firm Publications

Immigration Law Weekly (ILW) – July 14, 2015
Whether The Senate’s EB5 Proposal Will Make The US Investor Immigration Program Less Competitive Relative To Other Countries Investment Immigration Program

CSiliconindia – Business & Technology Magazine February 2014 Issue
Whether an E2 or L1 Capital Investment May be Applied to an EB-5 Green Card

Chicago Chinese News 2008-2009
Weekly columnist on latest development of immigration law (in Chinese).

Media/News

Northwestern University – Medill News Reports – February 25, 2015
Republican “win” on stopping immigration action might backfire in next year’s election.

CSiliconindia – Business & Technology Magazine February 2014 Issue
Whether an E2 or L1 Capital Investment May be Applied to an EB-5 Green Card

Singtao Daily 2008
Featured Chicago immigration lawyer (in Chinese).

Speaking Engagements

DePaul University – Kellstadt Marketing Group International Students Event – March 2, 2015
Invited Panelist as Immigration lawyer to advise international students on immigration options upon college graduation.

DePaul University – International Student Forum – January 22, 2014
“Best strategies regarding finding a job in the United States”. Invited Panelist as Immigration lawyer to educate undergraduate and graduate students to share our prospectives regarding working/immigration options in the U.S.

University of Wisconsin Madison – International Student Group – June 2009
Educated undergraduate and graduate students regarding employment based visas and other student issues.