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Reza Rahbaran


333 SE 2nd Ave
Miami, Florida 33131
United States
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Practice Areas
Immigration, Nationality and Consular Law, Experienced EB-5 Attorney, EB-5 Regional Center Application Submission Provider, Government Relations, Alternative Dispute Resolution, Administrative Law
Languages spoken
English, Farsi, Spanish, Chinese (Mandarin), French, Russian, Portuguese, Arabic
District Of Columbia, New York

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Reza Rahbaran

Reza Rahbaran

With offices in both Miami, Florida and Washington D.C., Rahbaran & Associates is focused exclusively on EB-5 law and OFAC applications and compliance. Our team of English, Farsi, Arabic, French, Russian, Portugese, Chinese, and Spanish speaking staff, makes the firm truly multi-lingual. Rahbaran & Associates is a national service provider with associative offices in London and Dubai. We strive to provide quality legal services and a superior client experience. The firm utilizes state of the art technology providing clients with real time information on their cases together with encrypted messaging services.

The firm and EB-5 practice is headed by Reza Rahbaran. Reza is a member of the American Immigration Lawyers Association, American Bar Association and has been admitted to the bars of New York State and the District of Columbia. Reza is a frequent speaker on television networks where he answers complex immigration questions in relation to the EB-5 program. Our practice is able to advise foreign nationals with regards to applications through a regional center or an individual investment.

Our individual services for EB-5 clients include:

  • OFAC licensing
  • Evidencing lawful Source of Funds for investment
  • I-526 EB-5 applications
  • I-829 EB-5 removal of conditions

For regional center clients we provide:

  • I-924 Applications for new regional centers
  • Exemplar petitions for new regional center projects
  • Advising on the suitability of new projects in regards to the EB-5 program


Reza Rahbaran

Reza Rahbaran is the managing attorney at Rahbaran & Associates. Reza’s main area of practice is business immigration under the EB-5 program and the related U.S. trade sanctions. He has advised regional centers on developing new projects that qualify for EB-5 investments in multiple industries, including the creation of new regional centers, existing regional centers as well as individual investors. He has implemented internal compliance practices for regional centers that address ongoing immigration and sanctions regulations. He also advises foreign nationals on immigration under the EB-5 regional program with particular focus on countries that fall under U.S. trade sanctions regulations and currency restrictions. 

Reza has extensive experience assisting regional centers to comply with and address issues related to U.S. trade sanctions. In this capacity he works extensively on issues arising before the U.S. Department of Treasury Office of Foreign Assets Control (“OFAC”).

In his trade sanctions practice, he represents both private individuals and entities in a variety of matters before OFAC seeking to not only protect their rights in current legal matters, but also to make certain that they become informed and aware of what it takes to comply with U.S. trade sanctions. Reza’s representations before OFAC frequently involve investigations concerning violations of the Iranian Transactions Regulations, Presidential Executive Orders and Syrian sanctions. As part of these representations, Reza has worked to have individuals names removed from OFAC’s Specially Designated Nationals list, procure OFAC specific licenses to engage in transactions prohibited by OFAC, draft voluntary self-disclosures, develop and implement OFAC compliance programs for regional centers, and provide general counseling on OFAC related matters.

Reza has been featured regularly on television networks as an EB-5 and U.S. sanctions expert and has written articles on the sanctions and the EB-5 program.


Professional Memberships:

American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA)

American Bar Association

New York State Bar

District of Columbia Bar