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Tara Vance


31 West 52nd Street
New York, New York 10019
United States
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Practice Areas
International & Cross-Border Transactions, Experienced EB-5 Attorney, Immigration, Nationality and Consular Law, Mergers & Acquisitions, Corporate, Labor, Employment and Benefits
Languages spoken
Florida, New Jersey, New York

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Tara Vance

Tara Vance

No matter how we have grown, we have never forgotten the importance of providing personalized, local attention. Today, we offer the very same client-focused service in more areas of the world, giving you access to an impressive global network. At Holland & Knight, we are able to tap the intellectual resources of more than 1,000 attorneys in the US and abroad to address client interests spread across the scope of the United States and international marketplace.

In addition, we have over 600 alums of our foreign training program practicing in 40 countries around the world. Within this global network, we are able to manage and direct multi-jurisdictional transactions and address your business interests - anywhere in the world - with complete confidence. Building on a Firm Foundation Partners of the firm include former state and local bar presidents and presidents of the American Bar Association and the National Conference of Bar Presidents. Other partners have devoted themselves to public and professional positions. Our ranks include chairs of the National Conference of Bar Examiners, federal and state trial and appellate judges, chairs of several sections of the American Bar Association, members of the U.S. House and Senate, and a former Director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation.

Many of the firm's 1,000 lawyers continue to serve their communities in leadership roles in civic, charitable and social organizations. The service and values the firm was built upon years ago remain the same today. Each day in every practice, in every office, and by every lawyer and professional at Holland & Knight, our commitment to superior client service and to our profession and communities is validated.


Tara Vance

Tara L. Vance is a corporate transactional attorney and a member of the firm's International and Cross Border Transactions Group. She is experienced in domestic and cross-border mergers and acquisitions and general corporate matters. In addition, Ms. Vance represents corporate clients and their employees in a wide variety of business immigration matters, and also assists clients with certain family-based immigration matters.

Ms. Vance advises clients on establishing business entities in the U.S. and assists with strategic planning for bringing employees to the U.S. to work and employing foreign nationals following a merger or acquisition. Ms. Vance advises foreign and domestic start-up companies, mid- and large-size entities, and non-profit organizations in obtaining immigrant and non-immigrant visas and with related compliance issues.



  • American Bar Association
  • New York State Bar Association
  • The Florida Bar
  • American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA), Member, USCIS New York District Director Liaison Committee (2007 - present); National Benefits Center Liaison Committee (2007 - 2008); AILA Annual Conference Committee, Business Law Section (2007 - 2008)
  • American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA), Co-Chair, Corporate Practice Committee (2006 - 2007); Member, Corporate Practice Committee (2004 - 2006)

Speaking Engagements

  • "General Business Immigration," Presentation for Danish American Chamber of Commerce and Danish Association of Attorneys and Economists, September 30, 2010
  • Current Immigration Issues, Finnish American Chamber of Commerce, March 2008
  • Current Immigration Issues, FACC Young Associates Lecture Series, October 2007
  • Business Law Basics for Immigration Lawyers, AILA 2007 Annual Conference, June 2007
  • Nonimmigrant Visa 101, AILA New York Chapter Seminar, May 2007
  • Keeping Your Business Internationally Competitive: How to Successfully Relocate Executives and Employees, Immigration and Visa Issues, International Business Exchange Council, April 2006

Published Articles & Books