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Jun 6, 2018

June 19: Join Us for Our Webinar With Pathways EB-5

On June 19 at Noon EST, Green and Spiegel will host an EB-5 Webinar with Pathways EB-5, a company owning regional centers coast to coast. Click here to register.  

Our Webinar, “Indian EB-5: A Faster Route to a Green Card”, will focus on the large quota backlogs plaguing India-born immigrants. Within the U.S., thousands of families are stuck in the visa queue waiting for their priority dates to become current in the second- and third-preference employment categories (EB-2 and EB-3). Such families must perennially face H-1B extension filings, which can be costly for employers and the adjudications uncertain amidst a challenging climate. Applicants from abroad accordingly must turn to investment and entrepreneurship, lest they be faced with a potential decades-long wait outside the country. The EB-5 Immigrant Investor Visa is therefore the only realistic and timely solution for many families seeking to relocate to the US permanently.

Join EB-5 Section Head Matthew T. Galati and Pathways CEO and Immigration Attorney Jeff Campion as the two renowned EB-5 practitioners discuss the ins and outs of the EB-5 visa. Although the presentation will concentrate on India-specific issues, anyone interested in EB-5 is encouraged to attend.

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