Randall Sidlosca’s practice encompasses all areas of immigration law, with an emphasis on employment-based immigration matters. With more than 32 years of experience, Mr. Sidlosca represents clients in matters related to immigrant and non-immigrant visas, labor certification and priority worker petitions, dependent visas, and employment authorizations for spouses.

Randall’s representative matters include the following:

  • As part of his focus on EB-5 Immigrant Investor Program matters, advising both businesses seeking EB-5 financing from foreign investors, as well as representing foreign investors who want to obtain permanent residence in the United States by making an EB-5 investment.
  • Advising and counseling developers and investors during the different stages of project and regional center developments.
  • SEC and immigration compliance with regional center developers.
  • Advising employers, including health care, finance, hospitality, and entertainment companies, on such complex issues as the effect of immigration on corporate restructuring, and mergers and acquisitions.
  • Assisting employers in maintaining compliance with a variety of immigration laws and regulations, and has developed compliance programs and performed I-9 audits on behalf of his clients.
  • Representing individuals in family immigration, removal and U.S. investment and tax-related matters.

Randall has also served as adjunct professor at Florida International University, Nova Southeastern University Shepard Broad School of Law, and Miami-Dade College.

Randall is a frequent lecturer on immigration matters and has been interviewed by top-tier media, including CNN, Fox News, NBC, The New York Times, and Law360. He has also authored articles published in the Daily Business Review and Law 360 on immigration matters.


  • University of Miami School of Law, J.D.
  • Barry University, cum laude


  • Florida


  • Spanish
  • English