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African EB-5 USA Green Card Webinar – Immigration and Business Opportunities Under President Biden
US President Joe Biden removed the travel ban on some Muslim and African nations placed by the previous president Donald Trump.

Join our webinar and find out more about the proposed changes.

African EB-5 USA Green Card Webinar will present information about immigration to America through investment for you, your family and your high-net-worth clients.

It is a unique and rare opportunity to talk one-on-one with experienced immigration attorney and top executives of American Immigration Group explaining the EB-5 project.

What to expect:
* You will talk to well qualified US immigration attorneys who will give you the latest information on immigration options under President Biden.
* You will also get information about US-based investment opportunities which can help you or your clients get Green Cards fast.
* You will understand everything about EB-5 investment thoroughly and have all your questions answered.

Panelists include:
Simone Willams – Founder and Managing attorney at Williams Global Law
Qendrese Sadriu-Rrustemi – Managing Director at EB5 AIG
Sam Hussain – Business Development Director at BLS Global
Komi Koutche – Former Senior Minister of Economic and Finance, President of Global Challenges Solution

What will you learn?
What is the L1/E2/EB-5 Immigrant Investor Program?
How does the EB-5 Immigration Process work?
How does an attorney prepare Source and Path of Funds?
What are the impacts of COVID19 on EB5?
What are the Latest USCIS adjudications: approvals, denials, issues, etc.?
What are the special considerations for people in Middle East countries?
How about Job Creation, Regional Center Structure, etc?

In this live webinar, experts will walk you through the entire EB-5 investment process, and guide what Immigration routes are available for African investors.

Mar 5, 2021 05:00 PM in London

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Speakers

Simone Willams
Founder and Managing attorney @Williams Global Law
Ms Williams is regarded as one of the top U.S attorneys in the country. In July 2019. Ms Williams was awarded "the International Pioneer Award" by the international Law Section of the National Bar Association (NBA) . Ms Williams is a Board Member and Chair of the International Business Committee of the Mayors Advisory Committee on Caribbean Affairs (MACCA). Ms Williams is also the chair of the International Law Section of the National Bar Association
Qendrese Sadriu-Rrustemi
Managing Director @EB5 AIG
Mrs. Rrustemi works with the CEO and COO to bring to the EB-5 market the most qualified and sound investment opportunities. She also leads and manages our partnerships and representations everywhere around the world. Prior to joining American Immigration Group, Mrs. Rrustemi was employed by JP Morgan Chase where she managed business relationships, financings, and investments for large corporations with complex needs. Mrs. Rrustemi is licensed by Financial Industry Regulatory Authority (FINRA), and North American Securities Administration Association (NASAA) and holds series 6 and 63 licenses. She also has a Bachelor Degree in Finance and International Business.
Komi Koutche
DBA, MBA, MS in economy and finance @Expert in Microfinance, Public-Private Partnerships Specialist
Komi KOUTCHE graduated from the Faculty of Economics and Management of the National University of Benin and The George Washington University. He has an impressive career and political background. He held important positions in Benin, his home country, including the senior Minister of Economic and Finance and Communications and IT. He leads Global Challenges Solutions and KK Investment Solutions, two US companies specialized in investments, finances, and economic connections. Member of the DC Chamber of Commerce, Komi Koutche works with some US partners like Williams Global Laws for a new dynamic in the interactions between the US and the African French-speaking business worlds.