Comment: Meet in New Orleans
Sam Udani, Publisher of Immigration Daily and CEO of ILW.COM will be in New Orleans this week on Thursday and Friday.

  • For Regional Centers and EB-5 law firms: ILW has been operating in all the major EB-5 markets across the world. Sam will be happy to discuss the continuing collapse of the Chinese market and how it can be supplemented with other countries. Sam will be happy to provide you market intelligence on these markets and the latest trends in EB-5 market.
  • For Immigration Practices: Over the last 17 years, we have assisted in approximately 40 "situations" - including mergers/acquisitions, or lateral moves, or of-counsel arrangements, etc. - one of the engagements involved a former AILA President. In three-quarters of these, no fee was charged to any party. If you are considering any of these "situations", Sam will be glad to meet with you in New Orleans on Thursday or Friday.

If you would like to meet with Sam for 30 minutes on Thursday or Friday (June 22-23) in New Orleans, please write to webmaster@ilw.com, to arrange for a meeting at a mutually convenient time.

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Focus: The EB-5 Summit, New Orleans

The EB-5 Summit For Attorneys and Developers will be taking place on Wednesday June 21st in New Orleans, LA. The speakers include Kate Kalmykov(Discussion Leader), Peyman Attari, Robert Divine, Matt Gordon, Jennifer Hermansky, Jor Law, Kristal Ozmun, Nataliya Rymer, Marcelo Salas, Reid Thomas and Osvaldo "Ozzie" Torres. This event is sponsored by AISA, E3 Investment Group and NES Financial.

This is a all-day workshop from 9am to 5:30pm which includes multiple panels covering the EB-5 industry from 360 degrees. For additional information, including speaker biographies, sponsor profiles, and to register, please see: Online. For the fax form, please see here.

Don't delay, sign up today!

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