Webinar on EB-5 Visa Program for US College Students

590 Madison Avenue, 21st Floor, New York, NY 10075, New York, US
04/03/2019 12:00PM - 1:00PM (Eastern Daylight Time)

On April, 3rd 2019 at 12 pm we will host a webinar geared towards Univesity students. We will discuss the following topics:

What is EB-5 and why is it relevant to a foreign student in an American college?

Why is EB-5 a better choice than trying to obtain an H-1B or E-2 visa?

How can a student obtain necessary funds for the required EB-5 investment amount?

What’s the best way to pick a project? And does it matter where the project is in terms of the ultimate place I want to be living

What does the timeline for the whole EB-5 process even look like?

I’ve heard about global income taxation. Does that mean I will have to pay tax twice, once in my home country and then again in the US?

What is retrogression? How does it occur? Which countries are subject to it at the moment?



Marko Issever


The Wharton School of the University of Pensylvania

Web Page: http://www.amerciaeb5visa.com

Source: https://www.americaeb5visa.com/EB5+Webinar+for+College+Students+Video

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