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Should I hire my own immigration attorney?

CMB requires that all investors select their own immigration attorney to represent them in their immigration pursuit. While some Regional Centers have agreements with immigration attorneys ‘package’ their services with the investment, we see this as a serious conflict of interest. CMB will provide your immigration attorney with all necessary information regarding the investment and job creation.

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