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The Los Angeles-based EB-5 Green Card attorney Mark Ivener is a prolific immigration law author.

His books on immigration topics include:

  • Handbook of Immigration Law,
  • Doing Business in the USA under Free Trade
  • Get the Right Visa
  • A Complete Guide to Getting an American Visa (in Japanese)
  • Have You Thought about Immigrating to the U.S.? (in Spanish)

In addition, Mr. Ivener has authored many articles for such publications as the International Law Journal, The Canadian-American Bar Association Newsletter, and Business and the Law. Representative articles about EB-5 Green Card and other immigration topics by EB-5 attorney Mark Ivener include:

  • Considering applying for an EB-5 Visa? An Overview on EB-5,” Mark Ivener, The 13th Annual STEP International Trust and Estate Planning Forum, May 2021.
  • Remote Working Opens New Doors To “Digital Nomads” For Immigration,” Mark Ivener, The 13th Annual STEP International Trust and Estate Planning Forum, May 2021.
  • “EB-5 Investor Green Cards”, Mark Ivener, Partner, Sam Ngo, Immigration Attorney, Mark A. Ivener, A Law Corporation and Gary Wolfe, International Tax Lawyer, The Wolfe Law Group, Los Angeles, USA, Offshore Investment Magazine, November 2014.
  • “EB-5 Investor Visa and U.S. Tax Issues”, Mark Ivener & Gary S. Wolfe, Article—The Practical Tax Lawyer, Fall 2013
  • “M&A and Immigration” – An article by Mark Ivener discussing how deals can affect key workers’ visa status and how immigration compliance remains an often overlooked aspect of M&A due diligence. (Acquisition International, August 2012)  
  • “International Corporate Immigration Review,” InterContinental Finance, September 2010. 
  • “Lawyer, Know Thyself: Fundamental Tips for Building a Strong Brand and a Strong Practice,” in Law|Practice (Sept/Oct, 2010), September/October 2010. 

Mark Ivener on “EB-5 Investment Report” Discussing Due Diligence (video)

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