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 professionals and 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.