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American Corporate Services Law Offices, Inc. (ACS LAW, Inc.), is an established Immigration Law firm with headquarters located in San Francisco, California, USA.
Range of services include all kinds of USA immigrant and non-immigrant visas.
Dr. Gregory Finkelson has extensive executive and managerial experience in international business.
He is the President of American Corporate Services, Inc. (www.usa-acs.com), a position he has held since 2001.
American Corporate Services, Inc. (ACS, Inc.), is an established Consulting firm with headquarters located in San Francisco, California, USA with branches in Delaware, Nevada and Oregon. The company also has representative offices in several regions of China and Eastern Europe. As of today, ACS has provided services to over 7,000 clients and this number is growing rapidly.
American Corporate Services Law Offices, Inc. (ACS LAW, Inc), is an Immigration Law Firm with Attorneys speaking Chinese & Russian languages.
With a Bachelor in Engineering from Moscow State Industrial University, Russia, he has fulfilled the role of President of Modern Technologies International Company from 1994-2000.
From 1991-2001, he served as Vice President of Business Management International Holding Corp.
Dr. Finkelson has developed significant business relationships abroad that benefits American Green Card Center, Inc. as it makes its entrance in the EB-5 arena.
He also holds a Doctorate degree in Business Administration.
How to Find Chinese Investors, Agents & Clients for Your EB-5 Projects & Services, A Practical Guide for Regional Centers, Attorneys, Developers and Businessmen.
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"Gregory offers a comprehensive guide on all aspects of locating both direct clients and EB-5 agencies in China. Gregory's Practical Guide tells you how to find and approach potential partners and clients, how to introduce them to your legal and/or investment services, and how to assure them that your office or program is completely committed to their investment and immigration interests."
Allan A. Samson, Immigration Attorney and Professor, San Francisco, California
"I have known Dr. Finkelson since mid-90's. He has the unique ability of bridging East and West, and this book is yet another example. By providing the reader with this "one-stop" book - from finding an EB-5 agent in China, to locating clients, and setting up an office in China-he has provided an invaluable resource. He not only dispels many of the myths surrounding the EB-5 industry in China, but provides the reader with an essential road map, enabling the reader to traverse the omnipresent bureaucracy and opaque layer of intermediaries. I have been working in the EB-5 field for nearly 20 years, and this is the first truly essential book I have seen during that time for anyone working with EB-5 clients from China or looking to establish a foothold in the market."
Kenneth White, Immigration Attorney, Los Angeles, California
"This innovative guide provides an invaluable resource to anyone seeking to do business with China and its labyrinth of agents throughout this primary EB-5 investor market."
Larry Behar, Immigration Attorney, Fort Lauderdale, Florida
"Dr. Finkelson's book accomplishes several things. First, it provides information that is ONLY available from due diligence on the ground in China, namely, the names and contact information of agents that secure EB5 interested parties, and the regional centers they typically work with. It also describes the cultural distinctions that make business with China very different from what you may be used to. Further and perhaps just as important, this book provides the guidance and insights that are indispensable to navigate all of it without incident, helping you anticipate problems before they manifest themselves. Putting aside the practice guidance for a moment, the time and expense needed to gather just the factual data would run into hundreds of hours. Combine this with practice guidance and you have a resource that gives you a fighting chance to compete in this HIGHLY competitive arena. If you are just starting to dip your toe in the water of EB-5 work, or your are an experienced EB-5 practitioner there is certainly something in this book that can help you."
Lex Mirianthopoulos, Immigration Attorney, New York
"This invaluable single resource is a marketing compass, providing a rolodex of migration agencies and contacts that will allow you to jumpstart or evolve your EB-5 practice or regional center."
Reza Rahbaran, Immigration Attorney, Washington, DC
"Dr. Finkelson has put together a comprehensive guide on “how to” in EB5 for China. His extensive and detailed information covers all aspects even a seasoned immigration attorney will benefit from. This is a must have for anyone looking to be involved in EB5 program as many investors and EB5 agents are coming out of China. This book answers a lot of questions. Moreover, this book provides guidance to immigration attorneys on how to work with EB5 agents in China and the Regional Centers in the US. I would recommend this book to all parties interested in participating, advising, working, or investing in the EB5 program. This is an investment you want to make."
Margo Chernysheva, Esq., Las Vegas, Nevada
"Dr. Finkelson's book is a commendable effort at easing the learning curve that most experience when attempting to deal with the Chinese market. The book is an important resource for anyone interested in understanding China and the EB-5 market."
Carolina M. Oliva, Senior VP, EB-5 Marketing and Investor Relations, QueensFort Capital Corp., Miami Beach, Florida
"This book serves as a beneficial primer for professionals interested in the fundamentals of EB-5 law, practice and industry."
L. Kate Kalmykov, Immigration Attorney, Florham Park, New Jersey
"How to Find Chinese Investors, Agents & Clients for Your EB-5 Projects & Services" is a must for entrepreneurs considering forming Regional Centers as well as new Regional Centers that need to be in China to connect with agents in order to be successful reaching potential investors. It is also a very valuable source for immigration attorneys and EB-5 investors to understand the Chinese agency and investor market. Most important, it is an easy and interesting read, even for someone who has been in the EB-5 business for many years. I wholeheartedly recommend this book."
Mark A. Ivener, Attorney at Law, Los Angeles, California
"I have read through the contents of the book. I feel it is a throughout guide for sure. EB5 is a comprehensive investment business concept. Namely, as the book entitled itself: “How to Find Chinese Investors, Clients & Agents for Your EB-5 Programs & Services”, it is really A Practical Guide for Regional Centers, Attorneys, Developers and Businessmen."
Haiqing Hua (Oliver), Economist, Business Developer, Market Researcher, Industrial Reporter, Shanghai, China
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Questions and Answers
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- Can I appeal an I-829 denial to USCIS? (7 answers)
- Do I have to invest my own money in my EB-5 project? (5 answers)
- Do I need to invest before the I-526 petition is filed? (3 answers)
- EB5 vs E2 (2 answers)
- How are EB-5 funds usually returned after I-829 approval? (9 answers)
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- How can an EB-5 application be expedited? (5 answers)
- How can an EB-5 investment be split between several businesses? (3 answers)
- How can I apply for EB-5 from outside my home country? (3 answers)
- How can I stay in the United States for EB-5 if my J-1 visa will expire? (5 answers)
- How can someone without an employment history apply for EB-5? (7 answers)
- How do investors become permanent residents if EB-5 is a visa program? (4 answers)
- How does an EB-5 investor's family member adjust their status after I-526 approval? (3 answers)
- How important is it to show aggressive revenue growth for my EB-5 project? (3 answers)
- How long should my business plan be? (3 answers)
- How many Regional Centers are there? (8 answers)
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- How will individual employees affect I-829 approval? (3 answers)
- How will my OPT expiration affect my adjustment of status after my recently-approved I-526 Petition? (3 answers)
- How would an EB-5 policy change affect submitted I-526 applications? (3 answers)
- If i recieve a visa eb-5 can ithen leave the us and continue to work overseas after my initial arrival to validate the visa and how long can you remain outside the USA (4 answers)
- Is an investment in a regional center guaranteed? (8 answers)
- Should I have the same attorney for all EB-5 applications? (5 answers)
- What can an EB-5 investor do if they are dissatisfied with project progress? (4 answers)
- What happens between I-526 filing and approval? (3 answers)
- What happens if a conditional permanent resident leaves the U.S. for six months? (4 answers)
- What happens if the necessary jobs are not created? (5 answers)
- What is form I-924? (6 answers)
- What is the premium processing fee for EB-5 petitions? (5 answers)
- What must be proven in order to obtain removal of conditions on permanent residence? (4 answers)
- When is it possible to apply for U.S. citizenship? (6 answers)
- Where can we live when immigrating through EB-5? (3 answers)
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