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Jan 8, 2018

Green and Spiegel Attorney Matthew Galati Named in EB-5 Investors Magazine as One of Industry’s Top 5 Rising Stars

Matthew Galati

PHILADELPHIA - January 8, 2018 – EB-5 Investors Magazine has selected U.S. Senior Associate Matthew Galati as one of the industry’s Top 5 Rising Stars for 2017. The prestigious award recognizes Galati’s ever-growing reputation in the EB-5 realm. Galati is a regular contributor to the magazine which specializes in providing information to investors and industry stakeholders. The magazine publishes quarterly and distributes to attorneys, regional center principals, and migration agents around the world.

“Green and Spiegel has handled numerous EB-5 cases since the Firm’s inception,” said U.S. Practice Director Jonathan Grode. “However, since Matt joined the firm in 2016, we’ve been able to develop a focused unit on immigrant investors with him at its helm. Working in close concert with our Canadian immigrant investor team, we now have focused practice groups catering to investors and agents seeking benefits on both sides of the border, and beyond.  In just 18 months, we’ve significantly expanded our EB-5 footprint through Matt’s leadership. Congratulations to Matt for this well-deserved award.”

The magazine’s Top Attorney’s Issue honors the top attorneys, business plan writers and economists in the EB-5 industry. Professionals are chosen through a careful selection process comprising of a worldwide EB-5 community member vote, and input from the magazine’s in-house team and editorial board. The list reflects the attorneys with the best track record and reputation in the field. 

2017 - Badge - Rising Star 

About Green and Spiegel:

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.

Web: www.gands.com/us; www.gandsinvestors.com.  Twitter: @GreenSpiegelUS 

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