This month, Matthew Galati of Green and Spiegel presented at two investment migration conferences in Vietnam, one of the largest markets of immigrant investors in the world.
On March 6, Galati moderated a panel on “Emerging CBI Trends”, presented by UGlobal. In this panel, participants compared investment migration programs across the U.S., Ireland, Dominica, Australia, and Canada. Galati also discussed the Grenadian CBI program, which provides a pathway to the E-2 visa for beneficiaries.
On March 7, Galati was a participant at the “Alternatives to EB-5” panel, presented by EB-5 Investors Magazine. In this panel Galati compared and contrasted various visa options, including the EB-1A Extraordinary Ability Visa, EB-2 National Interest Waiver, and Multinational Managers and Executives.
Green and Spiegel is one of North America’s oldest immigration law practices with over 50 years of experience assisting a diverse global clientele and a role as thought leaders on both sides of the U.S.-Canadian border. The Firm is headquartered in Toronto, Canada with U.S. offices in Philadelphia, PA, Providence, RI, and Vail, CO, as well as an allied practice in London, U.K.
With a U.S. practice founded in the early 1990s, Green and Spiegel offers a full range of inbound immigration services for employers, temporary workers, individuals and their families. Expanding upon the Firm’s Canadian roots, the U.S. practice represents clients operating in the healthcare, insurance, professional sports, information technology, and many other industries. As a dedicated immigration-only law firm, Green and Spiegel also caters to entrepreneurs, investors, and start-ups seeking immigration benefits. The Firm includes five partners and approximately 130 employees offering services in over 30 different languages.