Comment: India Expos
June 5, 2017 - Mumbai, India
June 7, 2017 - Hyderabad, India
June 9, 2017 - Delhi, India

ILW offers limited EB-5 exhibition opportunities at the Mumbai, Hyderabad & Delhi Expos

Info on India:

  • India saw 43,000 millionaires leave in ten years ending in 2013 - second only to China, and the gap between India and China has been narrowing since then.
  • India was #3 EB5 market in 2016, after China and Vietnam, India will likely overtake Vietnam to #2 spot behind China in 2017.
  • India is fully English speaking country - no translation needed even for official documents.
  • Indian regulatory structures are more robust than China. India source of funds is easier to handle for USCIS as compared to China source of funds.
  • At ILW EB5 expos you will meet with direct investors, and/or with agents/intermediaries from the country and/or a combination of the above (all depending on local law)


  • All Day Expo featuring Exhibit Hall and frequent short seminars.(Speaking Opportunity included)
  • Please bring brochures, PowerPoint presentation, table displays and business cards.

Regional Centers - $3999 per city; Law Firms - $499 per city
(Inquire about Discounts and also about Platinum Level)

For more info please call (212)545-0818 or fax (212)545-0869 or email or click here.

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