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Focus: Taiwan, Korea, Vietnam in USA

  • EB5 projects can secure investors from Taiwan/Korea/Vietnam using an agent-free pathway, right here in the USA.

  • Taiwan/Korea/Vietnam are each in the top 5 EB5 countries, so these markets are of a proper size to pursue EB5 investors from. However, hefty agent fees are involved when seeking the assistance of agents based in those countries.

  • There are a meaningful number of people from Taiwan/Korea/Vietnam already in the USA who are in pursuit of the EB5 route to a green card. Many people from Taiwan/Korea/Vietnam are in the USA on student visas, and face the uncertainties of the H1B lottery, not to mention an arduous road to an employer-sponsored green card. Some of the folks from Taiwan/Korea are here on E2 visas, which does not have a path to permanent residence.

  • ILW has conducted over a dozen in-person events in Taiwan, Korea and Vietnam in the last 6+ years, and several online webinars in those countries as well. So, we are familiar with the EB5 culture of people from these countries. ILW has conducted 200+ in person events for immigrants in the USA seeking EB5. We understand the cultural nuances and pain points of this target audience, and we will help you connect with the audience.

  • The world after coronavirus is radically different, and it may last a lot longer than any of us would prefer. However, the world does not stop due to a virus—our online meetings allow you to continue your EB5 raise in spite of the coronavirus. Engage ILW now, and we will get you in front of potential investors fast--don’t let your competitors get ahead of you.

Call us at 212-545-0818 to find out how we can help you, or email us at webmaster@ilw.com or online.

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