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Focus: H1B to EB5 Custom Expos
ILW offers Exclusive Event (Similar to our Expos)

  • With China's EB5 market significantly slowed down, alternatives are necessary to complete your ongoing and future capital raises
  • Waiting times for those filing today for India EB3 are forecasted to be SEVERAL DECADES long! That is why those Indian H-1Bs who have the necessary means are considering the EB5 route
  • There are well over half a million Indian H-1Bs in the USA, if even 1% or 2% go the EB5 route, then this is the biggest EB5 market in the world today - and its right here in USA (so* no international travel needed)
  • These events are available only to Issuers, and we require clients to consult a securities attorney before signing up for these events.
  • We will help you locate cities in the USA with strong H-1B to EB-5 demand
  • We will quickly put you in front of potential investors
  • You will be the ONLY EB-5 issuer at these events
  • Custom Expos feature 3 Events in 1 Week – flooding you with many prospects in a short time

Expo featuring seminar and exhibition
Please bring brochures, PowerPoint presentation, table displays and business cards

ILW offers very limited opportunities only to existing ILW clients For a custom proposal call 212-545-0818 or write to or Click here

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Help Wanted: Immigration Paralegal
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ComingsNGoings: Fragomen Announces New Partners and Of Counsel
Pia Kappy, Partner (New York, NY) – Charlotte advises clients in various industries, including financial services and engineering, on all aspects of corporate U.S. immigration, including nonimmigrant visas, employment and family-based permanent residency applications and U.S. citizenship applications. Charlotte earned her Juris Doctor from New England School of Law, magna cum laude, and Bachelor of Arts from Wake Forest University.

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