CanAm’s COO Christine Chen Shares Her Views on the Impact of COVID-19 on the EB-5 Industry at the IIUSA Webinar

CanAm Enterprises (“CanAm”) is excited to announce that its Chief Operating Officer, Christine Chen, will speak at the IIUSA Webinar on June 16 along with other prestigious panelists addressing the impact the worldwide COVID-19 crisis may have on the EB-5 industry. The panel will follow the live Q & A session with Charlie Oppenheim, Chief of the Visa Control and Reporting Division at the U.S. Department of State, who will provide answers related to the EB-5 visa numbers allocation and USCIS processing issues.

Chief Operating Officer, Christine Chen

Since joining CanAm in 2002, Christine Chen has been shaping CanAm’s strategic initiatives and operational efficiencies. As Chief Operating Officer, Ms. Chen’s responsibilities are wide-ranging, overseeing several distinct EB-5 business functions and employee management of over 40 staff worldwide. Under Ms. Chen’s leadership, CanAm has recently reached yet another important milestone when its EB-5 project repayments extended to $1.4 billion and continues to expand its operations in Southeast Asia and the Middle East to better serve its investors in the regions.

Prospective investors pursuing permanent residency in the United States are invited to read CanAm’s EB-5 Program Overview and inquire about the EB-5 Visa options.

About CanAm Enterprises 

CanAm Enterprises, with over three decades of experience promoting immigration-linked investments in the US and Canada, has a demonstrated track record of success. With over 60 financed projects and $3 billion in raised EB-5 investments, CanAm has earned a reputation for credibility and trust. To date, CanAm has repaid more than $2.26 billion in EB-5 capital from over 4,530 families. CanAm manages several USCIS-designated regional centers that stretch across multiple states. For more information, please visit www.canamenterprises.com.

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