The opportunities and pitfalls of foreign investment are as unique and plentiful as the prospective participants.
Richard Hamlin provides focused international business and U.S. immigration law expertise to investment groups, policy makers and business leaders throughout the region. Since 2010, Mr. Hamlin's practice has extended beyond the private sector to address the needs of sovereign clients and diplomatic missions in and from the Pacific region. Mr. Hamlin continues to actively serve the Pacific community as trade mission delegate, advisor and advocate in matters of immigration policy, security and sustainable economic development.

Practice Focus

Hamlin’s practice is devoted to U.S. business and immigration law, including investment based migration. Through adept capital structure optimization and navigation of complex regulatory compliance issues, Hamlin’s practice is noted for its application of investor visa finance expertise to promote the growth and prosperity for stakeholders across a range of industries and markets. Hamlin’s past work on behalf of public sector interests include the original design and legislative drafting of a national immigration code, promotion of foreign direct investment, and policy addressing problems of human trafficking.


University of Florida, Honors College of Liberal Arts and Sciences (B.A., Economics)
University of Florida, Levin College of Law (J.D.)


State of Florida, United States
Territory of Guam, United States
District Court of Guam, United States
Not a Member of the Marshall Islands Bar Association

Professional Associations and Memberships

The Florida State Bar Association
The Guam Bar Association

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