Comment: Photos from San Jose H1B to EB5 Expo

ILW.COM conducted a H1B to EB5 Expo in San Jose, on February 22, 2019. See photos below.

A Regional Center presenting to the audience of investors

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Investors interacting with exhibitors during networking breaks

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The audience of investors listening to presentation

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Investors interacting with exhibitors during networking breaks

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Exhibition/speaking opportunities for our next round of H-1B events are available. Please see below for our current H1B to EB5 Expo schedule:



Monday, April 15, 2019

Baltimore, MD

Wednesday, April 17, 2019

Atlanta, GA

Friday, April 19, 2019

Los Angeles, CA

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Focus: Turkey Expo

May 11-12, 2019 — Istanbul, Turkey

  • Turkey is the fastest growing of the smaller EB5 markets, has significant population, and serious reasons to move families to USA. English is widely spoken in Turkey
  • Turkey has 80 million people, 18th largest country in the world. Turkey is NOT a poor country, its GDP is $751 billion, also 18th largest in the world (in other words, it has a large number of millionaires and deca-millionaires)

Expo including Exclusive Event and Mini Meetings

Please bring brochures, PowerPoint presentation, table displays and business cards

EB-5 Issuers: $11,998 ($9,999+$1,999*) per Issuer
Limited to Three Issuers ONLY-- 4th issuer will not be accepted. Reserve your Spot Now!

Special Note for Attorneys: The only way an immigration attorney can participate and speak at this event is if they are nominated by the issuer exhibiting at the custom expo. Not only is there no fee charged to immigration attorneys, ILW will pay the attorney nominated by each issuer $1,999 to towards their travel expenses.

Don't Delay; Get More Info Today.

For more information, please call (212)545-0818 or email webmaster@ilw.comor click here.

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