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Jul 24, 2017

Green and Spiegel's MATTHEW GALATI TO LEAD INTERNATIONAL EB-5 CONFERENCE AND PANEL IN VIETNAM AND TAIWAN

Matthew Galati

Senior Associate Attorney and Manager of the Firm’s U.S. Investors and Entrepreneurs Division, Matthew Galati (马修 加拉蒂) has been invited to provide his expertise in international migration for two major EB-5 conferences in East Asia this week. 

On July 26, Matthew will be a featured guest speaker of the EB-5 panel in Taipei at the ILW Taiwan Expo 2017. ILW.com is major immigration law publisher and provider of the largest content repository of immigration materials online.  

On July 28, Matthew will be leading the conference in Ho Chi Minh City for the ILW Vietnam Expo 2017.  After China, Vietnam is the 2nd largest EB-5 market and continues to grow steadily this year as well. 

Green and Spiegel offers a multitude of international immigration services to clients across East Asia, and holds language capacities to cater to Chinese and Vietnamese investors. For more information, please contact us here

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