Ahmed Khan is Senior Associate Attorney in the EB-5 Practice Group at Darren Silver & Associates. Ahmed oversees all stages of the EB-5 process for investors, including documenting source and path of funds, final preparation and filing of I-526 Petitions, responding to requests for evidence, and guiding clients through the consular processing and adjustment of status stages. He has worked with over 300 different EB-5 investors from all over the globe, including nationals of China, India, Vietnam, Pakistan, South Africa, Canada, and Mexico, and has not received an I-526 denial to date. As an experienced EB-5 attorney and a first generation American, Ahmed remains cognizant of the changing EB-5 landscape in his efforts to ensure that our clients receive the most current legal advice when making decisions regarding their investments.
Ahmed got his start in immigration at an AmLaw 100 firm assisting foreign nationals in obtaining a variety of nonimmigrant visas, including those in the H-1, L-1, TN, B, and P visa categories. He went on to work for an internationally-recognized boutique immigration firm where he became an expert in EB-5 investor cases before joining the EB-5 team at our firm. His experience includes handling traditional EB-5 cases as well as developing creative solutions for clients who wish to pursue options such as E-2 to direct EB-5 investment. His background in nonimmigrant visas allows him to effectively handle clients’ transition from any situation, such as student and employment-based visas, to permanent residence in the United States.
In his free time, Ahmed enjoys outdoor activities including hiking, swimming, and sports. A life-long lover of Jeopardy, he can often be found at local trivia nights around L.A.
University of Georgia in Athens: Bachelor of Science in Microbiology
University of South Carolina School of Law, Columbia: Juris Doctor
State Bar License(s)
Ahmed is admitted to practice law in Georgia.
Ahmed is a native Urdu speaker and is also fluent in Hindi.
Ahmed is an active member of the American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA), as well as the South Asian Bar Association (SABA) of Southern California.