U.S. Immigration Fund Sponsors First Ever Shanghai Real Estate Showcase

U.S. Immigration Fund Sponsors First Ever Shanghai Real Estate Showcase

July 17, 2015

North Palm Beach, FL- (July 17, 2015)- U.S. Immigration Fund, a South Florida based company specializing in the EB-5 Regional Center program, will serve as lead sponsor in the Shanghai Real Estate Showcase and Forum taking place in China, September 10-12, 2015.

Organized and hosted by The Real Deal, a New York real estate publication whose showcase events have been tremendously successful in the U.S., the September event will be the first American sponsored showcase to be featured in front of 6,000 real estate investors and professionals in Shanghai.

U.S. Immigration Fund’s involvement with the Shanghai Real Estate Showcase comes as the development and financing of properties in the U.S. through the EB-5 program continues to grow. The Employment Based Fifth Preference EB-5 Pilot Program was established by congress in 1990 as a method for stimulating the economy, generating job creation, and promoting community development while allowing foreign investors to obtain permanent residency by investing $1 million or $500,000 in areas with an unemployment rate 150% of the national average. Of the 10,000 Visas allocated to the EB-5 program each year, 5,000 will be reserved for those who invest through a Regional Center such as U.S. Immigration Fund.

Nick Mastroianni, President and CEO of U.S. Immigration Fund, will be a keynote speaker at the highly anticipated showcase, which will feature six panels and more than 100 development exhibits displaying highly sought after investment opportunities to qualified clients.

“This partnership made perfect sense to us,” said Mastroianni II.  “We have nearly two dozen EB-5 opportunities under management in the U.S., and a large percent of our portfolio comes from Asian Markets. The Real Deal Showcase provides an organized platform for us to introduce our opportunities to a highly qualified investor audience.”

Contact: Julie Mullen, 561.779.2516
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