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Jan 14, 2019

EB5Investors Magazine Names Matthew T. Galati a Top 25 Immigration Attorney

Matthew Galati

Congratulations to Matthew T. Galati for being named a Top 25 Immigration Attorney by EB5Investors Magazine in January 2019 for his experience, reputation, and passion.

 

Philadelphia, PA: Senior Associate Matthew T. Galati, EB-5 Section Head of Green and Spiegel Immigration Law Firm, was named as one of the 2018 Top 25 Immigration Attorneys by EB5Investors Magazine. EB5 Investors Magazine is a go-to source of information for investors, developers and professionals within the EB-5 visa community. Individuals were evaluated based on immigrant investor program experience, professional reputation, and recognition in the community. To be included on this list is a great honor, as the award is decided via an EB-5 industry-wide vote with additional screening from the magazine’s editorial board and internal staff.

 

When asked about Matthew’s distinction,Jonathan Grode, U.S. Practice Director of Green and Spiegel, said, “We are very proud of what Matt has been able to do in the immigrant investor practice area. Not only has he grown as an attorney, becoming a thought and industry leader, but are also very proud of what he has done on behalf of the Firm. Since Matt joined Green and Spiegel, our EB-5 practice has grown tenfold. Congratulations Matt on a well-deserved honor.” StephenGreen, Senior Partner of Green and Spiegel and head of its worldwide investor practice, added “Matt is exceptionally knowledgeable in the EB-5 area, and he works relentlessly on behalf of his clients. This is a well-deserved honor that speaks to his excellent reputation and outstanding work product.”

 

Matthew T. Galati is an attorney at Green and Spiegel, one of North America's oldest immigration law firms. The firm offers comprehensive immigration solutions in the U.S. and Canada. In the Philadelphia office, Matt leads the firm's EB-5 and Grenada Citizenship-by-Investment functions. Since the beginning of his career, Galati has filed hundreds of EB-5 petitions. He also routinely counsels entrepreneurial clients on the treaty trader and investor E-visas, intracompany transferee L-1 visas, and EB-1 visa alternatives. Galati has demonstrated expertise with Form I-829 filings and serves as a member of the national AILA EB-5 Immigrant Investor Committee. This is his second award from EB-5 Investors Magazine, having been named a “Rising Star” last year

 

Those interested can read more about the award and winners in the EB5 Investors Magazine Top 25 Attorney January issue, or online at https://www.eb5investors.com/magazine. Green and Spiegel would like to congratulate Matthew on his prestigious award. He is truly deserving of this recognition, as he is an innovator leading the way with his experience and passion.

 

ABOUT: Green and Spiegel, LLC is a law firm specializing in North American immigration law. From large corporate employee transfers to difficult family sponsorships and humanitarian applications for permanent residence, Green and Spiegel can help. With top legal minds in corporate employee transfers, removal/deportation, immigrant investment, family immigration, immigration compliance, and resolving inadmissibility issues, the professionals at Green and Spiegel have been recognized as industry leaders.

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