Recent Developments in U.S. and China Cross-Border Matters - 19 November 2020

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STEP Boston
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Web Event
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Topic: Recent Developments in U.S. and China Cross-Border Matters

Presented by: Mel Warshaw, Shudan Zhou, and Ziva Robertson 

Following a July 14, 2020 presidential order, any preference given to Hong Kong passport holders over PRC (mainland) China passport holders has now been eliminated. As a result Hong Kong citizens will be subject to much longer backlogs for U.S. immigrant visas (green cards) in all categories including EB-5 investor immigrant visas. Mel Warshaw will discuss the alternative planning of obtaining a Grenada passport and then qualifying for the E-2 visa, as well as the transition into EB-5 green card status. In addition, Mel will discuss the problems faced by all long-term green card holders if they then decide to leave the U.S.  

In addition, Shudan Zhou and Ziva Robertson will review certain recent statutory and case law developments in multiple jurisdictions (including Delaware, Hong Kong, the Cayman Islands, etc.) and provide a jurisdictional comparative analysis to help international (especially Chinese) families to make sense of the big divide between the onshore and offshore world.

Guest payments of $25 can be made by check payable to STEP Boston and sent c/o Rebecca Tunney, Goulston & Storrs, 400 Atlantic Avenue, Boston, MA 02110, or by PayPal to [email protected].

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25.00
New Policy: Non-STEP Members
STEP Members - Free
Schedule
12pm EST, Zoom Event
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Cheque
Contact
Cara Chiaramonte
Add to Calendar 2020-11-19 00:00:00 2020-11-19 00:00:00 Recent Developments in U.S. and China Cross-Border Matters - 19 November 2020 Topic: Recent Developments in U.S. and China Cross-Border Matters Presented by: Mel Warshaw, Shudan Zhou, and Ziva Robertson  Following a July 14, 2020 presidential order, any preference given to Hong Kong passport holders over PRC (mainland) China passport holders has now been eliminated. As a result Hong Kong citizens will be subject to much longer backlogs for U.S. immigrant visas (green cards) in all categories including EB-5 investor immigrant visas. Mel Warshaw will discuss the alternative planning of obtaining a Grenada passport and then qualifying for the E-2 visa, as well as the transition into EB-5 green card status. In addition, Mel will discuss the problems faced by all long-term green card holders if they then decide to leave the U.S.   In addition, Shudan Zhou and Ziva Robertson will review certain recent statutory and case law developments in multiple jurisdictions (including Delaware, Hong Kong, the Cayman Islands, etc.) and provide a jurisdictional comparative analysis to help international (especially Chinese) families to make sense of the big divide between the onshore and offshore world. Guest payments of $25 can be made by check payable to STEP Boston and sent c/o Rebecca Tunney, Goulston & Storrs, 400 Atlantic Avenue, Boston, MA 02110, or by PayPal to [email protected] STEP Boston STEP Boston Europe/London public