Contact Joseph Barnett:Office: 310-570-4088
Office Location:Los Angeles Immigration Law Office
1416 2nd Street
Santa Monica, CA 90401
Education:J.D. – Vermont Law School, 2010
Masters of Environmental Law and Policy – Vermont Law School, 2010
B.A., Economics and Legal Studies – University of Wisconsin-Madison, 2006
Bar Admissions:Wisconsin, 2010
Northern District of Illinois
Joseph “Joey” Barnett is an Associate Attorney at Wolfsdorf Rosenthal LLP and a member of the firm’s EB-5 and business immigration practices. He is licensed as an attorney in Illinois and Wisconsin and practices exclusively in immigration and nationality law.
Mr. Barnett represents immigrant investors seeking permanent residency in the United States through USCIS-designated Regional Centers and investment in their own businesses. Mr. Barnett also assists developers with the establishment of complex corporate and financing structures for EB-5 capital. He works with economists, securities lawyers, business plan writers, and other professionals to prepare Regional Center applications, amendments, and project “exemplar” approvals.
As the lead member on the firm’s Chinese EB-1 team, Mr. Barnett has successfully represented Chinese executives, researchers, professors, medical professionals, engineers, musicians and artists, media and public relations professionals, and others with extraordinary ability in the sciences, arts, education, business, or athletics seek permanent residency in the U.S. Mr. Barnett also assists executives and managers in multinational companies to obtain permanent residency in the U.S.
Mr. Barnett is also responsible for a variety of other immigration matters, including temporary work visas, employment-based petitions, administrative appeals, and federal writ of mandamus lawsuits.
Articles, Publications, & Speaking EngagementsWho’s Who Legal Corporate Immigration: World Events, Not Trade and Commerce, Shape Immigration Policy in the 21st Century
NES Financial eBook: An Explanation of the EB-5 Immigrant Visa Backlog for Chinese EB-5 Investors – How Did We Get Here?
NES Financial eBook: Troubled Regional Centers and Failing EB-5 Projects
Who’s Who Legal, Corporate Immigration 2017, An Era of Uncertainty: Potential US Immigration Policy Changes Under the Trump Administration