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Dillon R. Colucci practices and handles U.S. immigration concerns and helps individuals, families, professionals, skilled workers, investors, and businesses live, work, invest, and do business in the United States. Dillon handles a wide range of immigration matters, including nonimmigrant and immigrant employment-based cases.

Dillon provides business immigration counsel to clients, including HR managers, high-level executives, and employees to pursue a positive immigration outcome for all stakeholders involved. Dillon has focused on administrative appeals work, successfully representing several clients in their appeals of adverse decisions. He also spends time on I-9 employment verification matters as well as H-1B and LCA compliance, including internal and external audits and reviews to minimize employer liability.

Additionally, Dillon focuses on EB-5 immigrant investor matters, regularly working with developers across a variety of industries, as well as private equity funds on developing new projects that qualify for EB-5 investments. This includes the creation of new Regional Centers, having projects adopted by existing Regional Centers or through pooled individual EB-5 petitions. Dillon also counsels foreign nationals on obtaining permanent residency through individual or Regional Center EB-5 investments.

On Dec. 15, 2022, Congress passed the James M. Inhofe National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2023 (the “2023 NDAA”), which contains two key changes to the eligibility for

Continue Reading Updates to the E Visa: New Residency Requirements and Portuguese Nationals Eligible

Update: The Judge approved the settlement Thursday, Sept. 1. 

The EB-5 Reform and Integrity Act (RIA) was passed on March 11, 2022. USCIS then posted an interpretation of the legislation
Continue Reading EB-5 Case Challenging USCIS Interpretation De-Authorizing Regional Centers After Passage of EB-5 Reform and Integrity Act of 2022 Is Settled

On March 11, 2022, Congress passed the “EB-5 Reform and Integrity Act” as part of the Omnibus spending bill. See blog post here. On April 11, 2022, USCIS posted
Continue Reading District Court Orders USCIS to Process New I-526 Petitions Throughout Previously Authorized Regional Centers

On Sept. 20, 2021, the Biden administration announced it would simultaneously relax travel restrictions for foreign nationals traveling from China, Iran, the Schengen Area, the U.K., Brazil, Ireland, South Africa,
Continue Reading Biden Administration to Relax Travel Proclamations and Allow Vaccinated Travelers Into the United States

Based on a recent hearing in a lawsuit challenging certain EB-5 regulations, it appears the regulations may be struck down due to the illegal appointment of Department of Homeland Security
Continue Reading Lawsuit Challenging EB-5 Regulations May Succeed

As part of the U.S. government’s response to the pandemic, entry to the U.S. has been restricted for certain foreign nationals who have been physically present during any part of
Continue Reading Issues with Visa Issuances from Countries Subject to PP10143

On May 29, 2020, President Trump issued a proclamation (the “Proclamation”) suspending entry of citizens of the People’s Republic of China (“PRC”) who meet both of the following criteria:
Continue Reading President Trump Issues Proclamation Suspending Entry of Certain Chinese Students and Researchers