The United States EB-5 Investment Directory
ILW.COM is proud to announce The United States EB-5 Investment Directory. This directory will list all currently active EB-5 regional centers in the United States and will be distributed directly to overseas EB-5 agents as well as investors in China, India, and Dubai. Furthermore, this publication will contain articles that will provide investors with important knowledge pertaining to the EB-5 process, US immigration through EB-5 investment, as well as useful information that will guide potential overseas investors through different types of development projects.
Angelo Paparelli is a partner in the Business Immigration Practice Group of Seyfarth Shaw LLP. A Certified Immigration Law Specialist (CA), he is known among clients and peers for providing creative solutions to complex immigration law problems, especially those involving mergers and acquisitions. He also serves as an expert witness and consultant on immigration issues arising in litigation. Mr. Paparelliís immigration practice areas include compliance audits; counsel and due diligence in mergers, acquisitions and corporate restructuring; immigration-related corporation policy formulation; permanent residence and citizenship; visas for executives, managers, scientists, scholars, investigators, professionals, students and visitors; PERM labor certifications; employment-based immigrant visa petitions; global visas and consular practice; family-based immigration; legislative advocacy and immigration messaging; federal court litigation under the Administrative Procedures Act; waivers, white-collar immigration, asylum and removal defense. Mr. Paparelli writes a blog, Nation of Immigrators, on America's dysfunctional immigration system. To access the blog, click here. For links to Mr. Paparelli's numerous published articles on immigration click here.
Jose Latour immediately upon graduating law school, was appointed to the U.S. Foreign Service by the late President Ronald Reagan. He served as a US Diplomat and Consular Officer in Mexico and Equatorial Guinea, West Africa. He began private law practice in the US in 1990, initially in the area of international real estate law, concentrating on land registration and title issues in Central America and the Caribbean. Subsequently, his focus became business US immigration law, international trade, and consular law. The firm's Florida law business rapidly expanded, resulting in the opening branch offices in Washington, D.C., Manila, Philippines, and Hong Kong. In 2003, Attorney Jose Latour sold his US immigration practice to his business partner. Mr. Latour, who received the highest possible A/V peer rating by Martindale-Hubble shortly after beginning private practice (and which he has continuously preserved), has long embraced technology in developing new ways to assist his national and international clients; he pioneered the concept of Internet-based delivery of legal services in the 1990s, providing direct client case management online. His daily Web column, Port of Entry, had over 30,000 daily readers in its prime. Mr. Latour has received a number of awards and distinctions for his innovative Web-based approach to law from organizations including Inc. Magazine, Florida Trend Magazine, and Cisco Systems.
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The United States EB-5
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