Comment: Florida EB-5 Expo
Meet Thought leaders & Custodians of Trusted Relationships for Latin America
January 26th, 2017 - Miami, Florida
Info on Latin America:
- In Latin America Mexico, Colombia, Brazil, Peru & Venezuela are each in the top twenty EB-5 markets
- Within the last several years, almost 50% of investments from Mexico, Colombia, Brazil, Peru & Venezuela have come through relationships maintained in the greater Miami area
- Miami is the right place to reach professionals who have relationships with high net worth individuals from Mexico, Colombia, Brazil, Peru & Venezuela . Going to Miami instead of visiting the five countries saves travel costs, is safer and saves time
- Immigration Attorneys, Real Estate professionals and Financial professionals with relationships with high net worth individuals in Mexico, Colombia, Brazil, Peru & Venezuela will attend the expo. (There will be no investors at the meeting.)
- You will meet immigration attorneys, real estate professionals and financial professionals who have relationships with high net worth individuals from Mexico, Colombia, Brazil, Peru & Venezuela. You will speak to the assembled professionals.
- The Expo hall will include a seminar theater with display tables at the back of the room for exhibitors.
- Silver Level: Sponsored Briefs -- Only 3 available
- Gold Level: Sponsored Addresses -- Only 2 available
- Platinum Level: Sponsored Welcome -- SOLD OUT
- Discounts available; Inquire for pricing -- Final Deadline: December 30th
Focus: The Nurse Immigration Book
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