Comment: Taiwan EB-5 Expo

Taipei, Taiwan - April 12, 2017

ILW offers limited EB-5 exhibition opportunities at Taiwan EB5 Expo

Taiwan is the ideal country to supplement your China raise because:

  • Taiwan is one of the larger EB-5 Markets, with about 125 to 150 investments per year raised
  • Taiwan has an agent structure similar to China (but lower cost than China) - there are approximately 60 agents in Taiwan, regulated under Taiwanese law
  • The language is the same in both China and Taiwan thus simplifying preparation of marketing material
  • Taiwan is very close geographically to China, so jet lag is minimized and productive time is maximized

Taiwan EB-5 Expo:
  • You will meet licensed Taiwanese Agents. You will speak on a panel to the assembled Taiwanese agents.
  • Please bring brochures, PowerPoint presentation, table displays and business cards.
  • The Expo hall will include a seminar theater with booths at the back of the room. Taiwanese agents visit booths and attend the seminars.

Price: $3,999 - Combo Discount and Early Bird Discount Available. Early Bird Deadline: January 25, 2017

Special offer for Immigration Attorneys: Speaking opportunities only $199

For more info please call (212)545-0818 or email webmaster@ilw.com or click here.

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