Capitalize your Organization


The EB-5 Visa provides the most flexible path to a green card based on a US investment. The applicant or

Capitalize your Organization

The EB-5 Visa provides the most flexible path to a green card based on a US investment. The applicant or investor is not required to manage day-to-day affairs of a business. The investment may be in an existing business, or a new business. More than one person may invest in the same business. The EB-5 investor may be a minority owner of the business.

To qualify, and investor may:

  • Invest $1 million and hire ten employees anywhere in the country
  • Invest $500,000 and hire ten employees in an area where the unemployment rate exceeds the national average unemployment rate by 150%
  • Invest in a regional center. A Regional Center is defined as  any economic unit, public or private, engaged in the promotion of economic growth, improved regional productivity, job creation and increased domestic capital investment. Regional Centers are eligible to receive immigrant investor capital and may rely on indirect job creation rather than directly hiring ten employees. A competent professional, such as an economist, must quantify the indirect employment.

Immigration law can be complex and you may not be familiar with all of your immigration options. The Normandy Law Group has attorneys and lawyers in major metropolitan areas, including New York, Chicago, New Jersey, Charlotte, and Los Angeles, to counsel on your immigration options.

Our job is to ensure that you will be in the best position to make decisions about your immigration.  

Call our toll free number (877) 670-5744 or email us for a free consultation.

Work in the United States


To legally work in the United States, you must have authorization from the INS. Authorization comes in the form of

Work in the United States

To legally work in the United States, you must have authorization from the INS. Authorization comes in the form of a visa, or a change to a legal status which permits employment.  Employment visas are employer specific; you cannot change employers without reapplying for permission from the INS. All the employment based visas require evidence of a job offer before a request for an employment based visa can be submitted.

  • H-1B Visa: Degreed Individuals
  • L & E Visa: Transfer from a non-U.S. company
  • NAFTA TN Visa: Canadian or Mexican National with Professional Skills
  • National Interest: Exceptional skills of interest to the United States

Immigration law can be complex and you may not be familiar with all of your immigration options. The Normandy Law Group has attorneys and lawyers in major metropolitan areas, including New York, Chicago, New Jersey, Charlotte, and Los Angeles, to counsel on your immigration options.

Our job is to ensure that you will be in the best position to make decisions about your immigration.  

Call our toll free number (877) 670-5744 or email us for a free consultation.

Corporate Immigration


The Normandy Law Group is dedicated to offering our clients the highest levels of service in the field of immigration

Corporate Immigration

The Normandy Law Group is dedicated to offering our clients the highest levels of service in the field of immigration compliance. For a company that does business in multiple jurisdictions, staying in compliance with the immigration laws and regulations in each country presents a unique challenge. At Normandy, we provide a “one stop shop” approach in which we take the burden of compliance off your hands and make it ours.

At Normandy, immigration is all that we do, and our professionals have a combined 100 years of experience. Furthermore, each professional is passionate about offering the highest level of client service. This is demonstrated by our rate of Visas being granted.


Why Normandy?

Expertise: Our attorneys are both passionate about the field of immigration as well as passionate about serving their clients. They are recognized leaders in their field for both their expertise and levels of service.

One Point of Contact: Each client is assigned a managing attorney who serves as the client’s point of contact, thus streamlining the visa process and saving time and money for the client.

Cost Reduction: Immigration compliance can be costly and burdensome, creating stress for the employer and employee alike. Given the risks posed by non-compliance, immigration compliance has come to be viewed as an unavoidable yet painful burden.

Our business model combines cutting edge technology with a global organization. For employers seeking to relocate non-US employees the US as well as for employers seeking to relocate US to a foreign jurisdiction, a local expert quarterbacks the domestic compliance process. By offering “one stop shopping” for global immigration compliance, the Normandy Law Group is able to reduce the costs and stress associated with immigration compliance. This translates into fixed fee offerings and packages that can be specifically tailored to meet the needs of the client.

Technology Aimed at Increasing Efficiency and Value: Our proprietary technology enables

  • Unparalleled and secure information access between the NY-based team and our affiliate attorneys throughout the world;
  • An HR manager to check the status of a visa application though a secure online system, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week; and
  • An applicant to fill out a Visa application online, thus reducing the time and cost involved in processing the application.
  • These and many other applications save both time and costs while increasing our scalability.

Global Reach: Our network of affiliate law firms on four continents comprises leading immigration attorneys in their respective jurisdictions. As the demands of our client may include countries where we do not have an affiliated law firm, we stand poised and ready with our extensive relationships to offer our services whenever and wherever they may be needed.