Comment: Taiwan EB-5 Expo
December 7th, Taipei, Taiwan
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
ILW has significant capabilities in Taiwan through our representative who works on the ground there. If you need further support in Taiwan, ILW offers ongoing Taiwan representation for EB-5 issuers, compliant with both Taiwanese and US law
Taiwan EB-5 Expo:
You will meet registered Taiwanese Agents (as is required by local law). You will speak on a panel to the assembled Taiwanese agents.
Please bring brochures, PowerPoint presentation, banners and business cards. Interpreters will be available at additional charge (or you can provide your own.)
The Expo hall will include a seminar theater with booths at the back of the room.
Price: $4,444 - Discounts available for combo packages & early bird (Deadline: October 22nd)
Special offer for Immigration Attorneys: Speaking opportunities only $499, discounted to $199 or to $0 based on your experience in the country, inquire for more info.
There is a broad bipartisan consensus on immigration, evidenced by what was NOT said at yesterday's Presidential debate. Both parties agree that 1) Mandatory e-verify is necessary 2) Family-based immigration of distant family members needs to be reduced 3) Employment-based immigration needs to be increased. The only issue open to active debate and at dispute is what to do with the large undocumented population. The legislative branch is deadlocked on the undocumented issue despite 7 floor votes in the last decade plus; the judicial branch is deadlocked 4-4 as of this year, and the executive branch cannot solve the problem despite President Obama's attempt through DACA. The matter now lies in the hands of the American people.
The third Presidential debate dealt with this only actively debated issue on immigration and the two candidates laid out their positions clearly--which they have been broadcasting consistently throughout their campaign. Mr. Trump is for the wall and deportation. Ms. Clinton is for a path to citizenship. Both candidates openly asked for a mandate from the people of the United States to implement their contrasting visions on immigration.
Both Ms. Clinton and Mr. Trump have promised action on immigration within the first 100 days of their administration. Come November 9th, the people would have spoken and one of the two candidates would have a clear mandate to act. We look forward to a Comprehensive Immigration Reform statute from Congress regardless of who wins. If Mr. Trump wins, we will have the consensus above plus deportation with a wall and if Ms. Clinton wins we will have the consensus above plus legalization. A breakthrough on immigration is at hand, finally.
[Federal Register Volume 81, Number 203 (Thursday, October 20, 2016)] [Rules and Regulations] [Pages 72522-72523] From the Federal Register Online via the Government Publishing Office [www.gpo.gov] [FR Doc No: 2016-25308]
[Federal Register Volume 81, Number 203 (Thursday, October 20, 2016)] [Rules and Regulations] [Pages 72481-72493] From the Federal Register Online via the Government Publishing Office [www.gpo.gov] [FR Doc No: 2016-25321]
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