The Real Estate Fair was a great opportunity to Grow Beshara Professional Association Professional Network, access new business potentials and expand, exchange and learn from competitors and other industry professional.
Mr. Beshara also gave a presentation titled: “Fast Track to US Permanent Residency by Investment”. Around 500 persons attended the presentation and were very interested and engaged in the presentation.
Sal Picataggio, Junior Partner, participated in the hosting of the “An In-depth Review of Business Immigration Processes” seminar at the OCBA (Orange County Bar Association Immigration) as a member of the OCBA Immigration Law Committee. The seminar discussed in length the E-2, L-1, H-1B and O visas processes and was a great opportunity to network with the top professionals in the industry.
- Member, 2017 EB-5 Conference Committee
- Member, Global Migration Section Steering Committee.
The Mayor’s City Academy is the way to becoming informed about the Orlando City government. The 10-week program familiarizes its participants with the hard-working Orlando City family, featuring road trips, field demonstrations, department tours and many other experiences that give a new perspective and stronger sense of pride in our community.
On May 4, 2017, the whole team at Beshara Professional Association enjoyed a luncheon together in appreciation of all the hard work the team exerted to meet the EB-5 deadline of April 28, 2017. The luncheon was a great opportunity for the team to enjoy and bond together.
Managing Partner, Edward Beshara will be attending The Investment Migration Forum on June 5 – 7, 2017, in Geneva. He will also be a moderator for a panel that will discuss: “U. S. EB-5 Program in the Age of Trump”.
USCIS Completes Data Entry of Fiscal Year 2018 H-1B Cap-Subject Petitions
USCIS announced on May 3, 2017, that it has completed data entry of all fiscal year 2018 H-1B cap-subject petitions selected in our computer-generated random process. USCIS will now begin returning all H-1B cap-subject petitions that were not selected.
States could run their own guest-worker visa programs as per new bill
States could run their own guest-worker visa programs under a bill introduced Wednesday by Republican U.S. Sen. Ron Johnson. The bill has backing from groups representing the dairy and tech industries, as well as the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, Americans for Tax Reform and the libertarian Cato Institute.