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Bernstein Osberg-Braun
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One of the largest and most experienced Immigration Law Firm in Miami - Entrepreneurs / Investors Visas, EB5 and Greencards specialists
One of the largest and most experienced Immigration Law Firm in Miami - Entrepreneurs / Investors Visas, EB5 and Greencards specialists

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Jim Park of The Asian Real Estate Association of America discusses his views on #Chinese investment in #Miami. 

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Attorney Roger A. Bernstein explains why restaurant operators are increasingly turning to alternative financing mechanisms, such as the #EB5 investor visa. 

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Many Latin Americans aren't familiar with the EB-5 visa program to help families become US citizens. Agencia EFE interviews Roger A. Bernstein, owner of the EB5 for Florida Regional Center, to discuss the program and how #EB5 capital is helping fuel construction in America. 

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What does the future of the #EB5 visa program look like? EB5 for Florida Regional Center owner, Attorney Roger A. Bernstein weighs in. 

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Why does #EB5 work for restaurant expansions? Roger A. Bernstein has the answer. 

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The Department of Homeland Security has issued a proposed regulation to allow qualified foreign citizens to gain entry and employment in the #USA if he or she will engage in activities that are likely to increase #entrepreneurship, innovation and job creation in the United States with a “start-up” entity.

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Mujer Latina USA interviewed attorney Roger A. Bernstein to discuss his viewpoints on the #EB5 visa program.

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Famílias ricas do Brasil estão frustradas e incomodadas com a corrupção e a falta de segurança, a violência e a instabilidade política e econômica. Elas buscam soluções em outros países onde seus filhos podem viver com segurança e receber educação de qualidade.

Wealthy families in ‪#‎Brazil‬ are frustrated and annoyed by corruption and lack of security, violence and political and economic instability. They seek solutions in other countries where their children can live safely and receive quality education.

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“Many of the initial ‪#‎EB5‬ investors funding the expansion of TAP 42 came from ‪#‎Venezuela‬, where families are looking for ways to immigrate to the U.S. as their country continues to endure hyperinflation, political instability and continued food shortages,” according to Roger A. Bernstein.

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The growing role of ‪#‎EB5‬ Regional Centers is explained in today's Miami Herald. American Life Investments LLC Principal Roger A. Bernstein shares his view in today's Business Monday.
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