20 Aug U.S. Immigration Fund Holding Major EB-5 Seminars in China
Wuxi, Shenzhen, Nanning, Hangzhou & Qingdao, China – August 20, 2011
The U.S. Immigration Fund is having a major promotion weekend on August 20 and 21, 2011. These events will take place across different cities in China, where executives will be holding seminars in these specific locations:
August 20 – Wuxi, Shenzhen & Nanning
August 21 – Hangzhou & Qingdao
These seminars will discuss the EB-5 Program, which allows foreigners to invest in United States, USCIS Approved, projects that stimulate the economy and create an abundance of jobs resulting in said investors receiving their United States of America EB-5 Visa for permanent residency status. This can be obtained for yourself, your spouse, and any unmarried children up to 21 years of age. More information on the EB-5 visa can be found on www.flregionalcenter.com.
The seminar will highlight the details of the Harbourside Place Project, which is currently being funded by EB-5 investments. The development is currently under construction and is set on the East Coast of Florida by the Atlantic Ocean. The facility will feature an entertainment plaza and outdoor amphitheatre, retail space, restaurants and eateries, office sites, hotel accommodations and marina slips. Harbourside Place is projected to create more than 2,400 jobs over the next three years and will provide exceptional economic stimulus for the region.
Nicholas Mastroianni III, Director of International Operations, stated, “There will be a great deal of activity at these seminars, and we hope to inform these future investors of all the benefits the EB-5 program has to offer, as well as the opportunities presented by investing in Harbourside Place.”
The seminars will be presented by Nicholas Mastroianni III, among other USIF executives, and they will take time for any questions that investors may have about investing with the U.S. Immigration Fund and the EB-5 Immigration Visa Program.
For those of you who are interested in attending the event, but are not currently signed up to attend, please contact us or e-mail Nicholas @ Nicholas@flregionalcenter.com to get the specifics on where the seminar is being conducted.
U.S. Immigration Fund executives will remain in these cities after the seminars and will be available to anyone who would like to have private one-on-one meetings. Please inquire through our contact form or directly e-mail Nicholas @ Nicholas@flregionalcenter.com.