The 5th Annual U. S. Investment Immigration Forum
The Premier EB-5 Conference in China
As always, our goal is to:
Introduce U.S. regional centers, project developers and law firms to the Chinese EB-5 market.
● The U.S. Investment Immigration Forum(USIIF) is acknowledged as the largest and most professional conference in China’s EB-5 market. With the tremendous success of the previous four sessions, USIIF has built the premier networking platform for U.S. regional centers, project developers and law firms to communicate with Chinese immigration agencies and investors. Each time, over 100 migration agencies and investors from all over China attend the conference.
● Private formal one on one meetings with at least 3 awarded EB-5 immigration agencies. Informal networking sessions throughout the conference, as well.
● On June 16, attendees participate in a group visit to some of the leading agencies in Shenzhen.
● The conference is co-organized by Shenzhen Media Group, Southern Media Corporation and Beijing Cable TV, hosted by Shenzhen Cable HDTV “Immigration and Study Abroad ” Channel and Panorama Culture Inc.
Web Page: http://www.usiif.com/
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