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Millennia Atlantic University Mau Talks, May 17, 2023

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Immigration Solutions: The Benefits of the EB-5 Visa Program
by Bruna Canto and Stephania Bertoni Norris

Date and time
Wednesday May 17, 2023, 6:30 PM – 8:30 PM EST

Millennia Atlantic University (MAU) 3801 NW 97th Avenue Doral, FL 33178

About this Event

Join us for a comprehensive exploration of the EB-5 program, an innovative investment-based immigration program that opens doors to exciting opportunities in the United States. This EB-5 event will bring together industry experts, students, and potential investors for an informative and interactive conference designed to explain the EB-5 process and showcase the potential for foreign investors to obtain permanent residency in the U.S. through job-creating investments. Our event will also provide comprehensive information to help students make informed decisions about leveraging EB-5 for their educational goals.
The conference will cover a wide range of topics, including the history of FirstPathway Partners, the requirements of the EB-5 visa program, how students can transition from a student visa to an EB-5 visa, and FPP’s new investment opportunity TALUS. This EB-5-centered conference will also allow students a unique opportunity to connect with Bruna directly in order to help them gain valuable insights on any questions that they may have.

About the Speaker
Bruna Canto is the Managing Director for FirstPathway Partners in Latin America. She is originally from Brazil and has lived most of her life in the United States, between Houston and Miami.
Since 2017, Bruna has been working in the EB5 industry, where her wealth management and commercial experience enabled her to help hundreds of Brazilian and Latin American investors immigrate through the EB-5 program.
She has 12 years of experience in the Private Banking industry, where she managed accounts for Brazilian and other Latin American investors at HSBC and JP Morgan Private Bank in Miami.
Bruna is fluent in English, Portuguese, and Spanish and is a dual citizen of the United States and Brazil. She holds the FINRA Series 7 and 63 licenses, Florida Insurance License, Florida Real Estate Associate License, and ANBIMA CPA 20 License in Brazil.

Stephania Bertoni counsels international and domestic corporations, multinational companies, foreign investors and professionals on their U.S. immigration-related needs.
Her practice is focused on advising multinational companies seeking nonimmigrant and immigrant visas for their employees, including L-1A/L-1B visas for multinational executives, managers and specialized knowledge professionals; NAFTA professionals; persons of extraordinary ability; persons of national interest to the U.S.; E-treaty investors and traders; and EB-5 investors. Stephania is well versed in the L-1 Blanket Petition program, including qualifying multinational companies, advising on corporate structuring for eligibility purposes and providing legal guidance at extension and amendment stages. Stephania also regularly advises and represents U.S. employers in I-9 audits conducted by Immigration and Customs Enforcement.
Stephania’s pro bono experience includes representing a Special Immigrant Juvenile client before the Florida Dependency Court, U.S. Immigration Court and U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services, and recently assisted three Afghani families in applying for Humanitarian Paroles to flee the Afghani Humanitarian Crisis
Stephania speaks English and Spanish.