Please join Greenberg Traurig Shareholders Kate Kalmykov and Bruce Rosetto, along with EB-5 Affiliate Network (EB5AN), for a webinar titled “Evaluating EB-5 Projects from an Immigration and Securities Law Perspectives” July 13 from 2 to 3 p.m. ET. Attendees will gain greater understanding and insights on mitigating immigration and financial risks if they engage in the EB-5 Immigrant Investor Program.

Created by Congress in 1990, the EB-5 program encourages new investment in job-creating projects and grants legal immigration status to such eligible investors, plus their spouses and unmarried children under 21. The program has undergone a number of changes in the years since and is overseen by USCIS.

Kalmykov has close to two decades of experience in business immigration matters, focusing on supporting clients and advising them on temporary and permanent residency immigration options for multinational executive, business, scientific, and information technology personnel. She has helped raise billions in foreign investment through the EB-5 program and frequently speaks about the program before domestic and international audiences. Her practice provides support to EB-5 investors as well as companies in the global transfer of personnel.

An experienced corporate attorney, Rosetto represents a spectrum of clients ranging from private and public entities to investment banks and private equity funds to those in the biotech and equestrian industries. His experience includes corporate finance, governance, securities, and transactional work as well as cross-border and real estate finance and transactions. He also advises clients seeking to raise and administer capital for qualifying EB-5 investment projects.

For the past decade, EB5AN has helped foreign investors obtain U.S. permanent residency (green cards) via qualified EB-5 investments.

A government authorized EB-5 regional center operator, EB-5 consulting firm, and global investment fund manager, EB5AN holds offices in the United States, India, Brazil, Vietnam, United Arab Emirates, Mexico, South Africa, and China.

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