Comment: Help ILW find a New Home

ILW.COM is looking for a modest new office space in Mid-Town Manhattan. If you can assist by pointing us in the right direction ILW will be pleased to offer you some free exhibit opportunities at our expos.

Here are our requirements:

  • Office Size: Modest size office for 10 people
  • Location: Midtown Manhattan: between 30th street & 45th street and Park Avenue & 8th Avenue.
  • Lease Length: 1-2 years; Sublease OK
  • Floor Plan: Open Concept if possible
  • 24/7 access
  • Occupancy by Christmas, 2017
  • Principals only--No Agents

If you can assist in any way we will be pleased to offer you some free exhibit opportunities at our expos. Please contact Sam at sam@ilw.com if you can be of any assistance, and we look forward to a mutually beneficial arrangement.

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Focus: New Dates USA EB-5 Expos

Meet Custodians of Trusted Relationships for High Net Worth Foreigners

October 25 - Miami, FL
October 27 - New York, NY
October 30 - Los Angeles, CA

Many EB-5 and private equity investments from overseas have come through relationships maintained in Los Angeles, New York and Miami. Los Angeles, New York and Miami are the right cities to reach professionals who have relationships with high net worth individuals from many countries. Finding these professionals in the US instead of visiting countries throughout the world saves travel costs, is safer and saves time.

You will meet immigration attorneys, real estate professionals and financial professionals who have relationships with high net worth individuals from many countries. You will speak to the assembled professionals. (There will be no investors at the meeting.)

The Expo hall will include a seminar theater with display tables at the back of the room for exhibitors. Please bring brochures, PowerPoint presentation, table displays and business cards.

EB-5 Issuers - $3,999 per city
(Inquire about Discounts and also about Platinum Level)

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

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Washington, DC - Maggio Kattar is a nationally-recognized immigration law firm with offices in Washington, DC; Los Angeles and San Diego, CA; and Dayton, Ohio. Our firm is growing and we are looking for strong candidates to join our dynamic team. We are seeking a Senior Business Immigration Paralegal for our Washington D.C. office (Dupont Circle) who is dedicated to providing excellent client service by helping businesses attract and retain global talent. Under the supervision of a senior attorney and a paralegal manager, you will work on a variety of NIV and IV petitions that are complex and unique. The ideal candidate will have a bachelor's degree and 3 years of related industry experience, with demonstrated organizational skills to manage multiple assignments with deadlines. We offer a fast-paced but friendly work environment with competitive salary and career advancement opportunities. If interested, please email resume, salary history, and writing sample to: jobs@maggio-kattar.com. Attn: Haesung Kim. No calls please.

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