Foreign Investment in Real Property for Immigration Purposes: Top 5 Visas

12 Jun

(H) Foreign Investment for Immigration Purposes: Top 5 Visas

(H) Foreign Investment for Immigration Purposes: Top 5 Visas

Wednesday, June 12, 2019 (10:00 AM to 12:00 PM)


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Members: $15 / Onsite: $25

Non-Members: $30 / Onsite $50

In this class Realtors will learn to advise clients how to best use their real estate investment for immigration purposes. Plus, deciphering the ABCs of immigration visas. Learn the best strategies and tax implications for foreign investors. 
In addition, get the latest information on recent immigration orders issued by President Trump that includes the possible modification and effect on business visas: subsidiaries, investors, and for professionals. Also learn about the effects on the visas for students, Greencards and citizenships and documents necessary to avoid an immediate deportation.

Get the answers to the questions you need to know: 

- What's the difference between the E visa and the L visa? 

- What's an H-1B visa and who is eligible? 

- Is the EB 5 visa program right for your investors? 

- Information that matters to you and your clients! 

Topics include: 

- Immigrant vs. Non-Immigrant Visas 

- Business Visas 

- Intra-company Transferee 

- Branch or Affiliate of the US Corporation 

- Foreign Entity remains active

- Accompanying relatives, spousal work permit 

- Investor Visas 

- Treaty Investor - Citizen of a Treaty Country 

- Which countries are Treaty Countries 

- Accompanying relatives, spousal work permit 

- EB5: Investor - Immigrant Visa 

- H-1B: Professional Skilled Worker Visa 

- Taxes: Greencard Holders vs Physical Presence 

- Taxes: FIRPTA - What is it? Who is it for? 

- Business Entities: Sole Proprietor/Corporation /LLC

MIAMI HQ - Conference Room 3
MIAMI HQ (Conference Room 3)
MIAMI, FL 33166

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Elizabeth Pines
Elizabeth C. Pines, P.A., has more than 18 years of Immigration Law with concentrations in Citizenship, Expatriation, family and work visas: H,E,L,O, Labor Certification and Immigrant Visas. She is a graduate from St. Thomas University School of Law. Ms. Pines has participated in T.V. and radio talk shows regarding immigration topics as well as written columns for local publications. Ms. Pines is fluent in English and Spanish.