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The EB-5 Immigrant Visa: Using Foreign Capital To Fund Delaware Projects
February 22 @ 4:00 pm - 6:00 pm$50 - $100
Sports stadiums, office buildings, cultural spaces and major infrastructure construction projects – including the PTC/I-95 Interchange project of the Pennsylvania Turnpike Commission that will connect the turnpike with Interstate 95 – have all received necessary capital funding through EB-5 immigrant investors. The EB-5 program incentivizes immigrants to invest capital into U.S. businesses that create jobs, at interest rates that are often less expensive than conventional financing.
World Trade Center Delaware presents “The EB-5 Immigrant Visa: Using Foreign Capital to Fund Delaware Projects,” featuring three speakers with deep experience in working within EB-5 programs: Young Min Ban, director of the Delaware Valley Regional Center; Matthew I. Hirsch, a solo practitioner working primarily in the areas of employment and family-based immigration; and Matthew T. Galati, a Philadelphia-based EB-5 attorney at Green and Spiegel, LLC. The program will offer valuable information for attorneys, real estate developers, investment fund managers, economic development professionalsand accountants.
The World Trade Center Delaware is a private-sector, nonprofit organization helping Delaware companies to succeed in the international marketplace. With a primary focus on export promotion, the WTC Delaware develops programs to assist businesses and organizations including educational and networking events, market research, and consulting.