Nick A. Mastroianni II Tag

Washington, D.C. – January 19, 2018: As negotiations on Capitol Hill continue to reach agreement on a bill to fund operations of the U.S. federal government, employers and immigrants are frequently anxious about whether U.S. Citizenship & Immigration Services (USCIS) will also shut-down. The short answer to this concern is “no”,...

September 21, 2017 Shanghai-Recovered Every year more than 3,000 Chinese institutional and direct investors in U.S. real estate join The Real Deal for three days of networking, break-out sessions and panels. It’s the biggest event of its kind and draws top U.S. real estate players and their counterparts in China. See some of the coverage of our event last November here.   TRD also hosts more than 30 U.S. developers, brokerages and other real estate services firms at the Shanghai show. This year Corcoran Sunshine will be showcasing their new developments along with the U.S. Immigration Fund, Lennar, Allure Development, Great Gulf, Property Markets Group, Six Sigma, Greenland, Shanghai Construction Group, Ankor Management, DMG Investments, Marcus & Millichap, Blue Road and others.   The showcase takes place at the five-star Jing-An Shangri La in Shanghai. We’ll kick off with a networking cocktail party on Thursday, Nov. 2, then Nov. 3 and Nov. 4 will feature four panels each, as well as workshops and presentation from our sponsors.   This year’s panelists include Steve Witkoff (Witkoff Group), Ryan Serhant (Nest Seekers International), Jed Garfield (Leslie J. Garfield), Rob Verrone (Iron Hound Management), Bruce Mosler (Cushman & Wakefield), Nick Mastroianni(U.S. Immigration Fund), Hu Gang (Greenland Usa), Charles Bendit (Taconic Investment Partners), Bentley Zhao (New Empire Real Estate), Kobi Karp (Kobi Karp Architecture), Wendy Cai-Lee (Oenus Capital), Chris Wein (Great Gulf), Ryan Shear (Property Markets Group), JD Parker (Marcus & Millichap), Nikki Field (Sotheby’s International Realty), Jacky He (DMG), and Shahab Karmely(Kar Properies), among others.  

Originally posted by Wall Street Journal By Eliot Brown, March 26, 2016 The program, known as EB-5, received applications from 17,691 investors in 2015, up from 11,744 in 2014 and 6,554 in 2013, according to figures released last week by U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services. In all, there were 21,988 investor applications pending...