After a recent meeting with the Venezuelan Business Club, there was great deal of interest in the EB-5 and E-2 visa programs.
Mujer Latina USA interviewed attorney Roger A. Bernstein to discuss his viewpoints on the EB-5 visa program, which allows foreign entrepreneurs to make an investment between $500,000 and $1,000,000 in an American business, granting them permanent resident status and eventual citizenship.
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Roger Bernstein, Managing Partner of Bernstein Osberg-Braun, PL, will be addressing the Board of Directors of the Venezuelan Business Club on June 30, 2016.
The event will be held at Frankey’s Sports Bar in Hallandale Beach, beginning at 8:00AM. The event is scheduled to conclude by 10:30 AM.
Attorney Bernstein will discuss the options for U.S. immigration in an informal setting and will answer questions from attendees.
Bernstein Osberg-Braun is one of the most highly respected immigration law firms in South Florida. Non-members may register by logging on to venbc.org.
In the most recent edition of The Real Deal Magazine, local immigration attorney, Roger A. Bernstein weighs in on Chinese Investors in the South Florida marketplace. Bernstein, owner of American Life Investments, an EB-5 Regional Center that finds investors for development projects, said that wealthy Chinese investors are just beginning to see Miami as an attractive location to invest their money. He believes that Da Tang and CCCC are going to encourage other Chinese developers to follow suit, noting that those developers, in turn, will attract Chinese real estate buyers. Bernstein said that the federal visa program “really creates a bridge between China and Miami. While the buying of a condo is not tied to EB-5 investments, investors making a loan to the developer for construction could possibly have an option to buy condos in the building. The condos are also being marketed in China.”
Bernstein believes that adding a Chinese buying market to South Florida’s real estate industry lessens the risk of volatility in Latin America and Europe, leading to an economic slowdown in the tri-county region.
“I think it’s a great thing for South Florida to have different, strong foreign groups investing in this marketplace. You will have a better economy and a healthier real estate market.”
Click here for the full article in The Real Deal Magazine.
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