8/18/2021 12:07 PM ET
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Principal Attorney Taher Kameli helps assist immigrant investors maintain troubled businesses in the Chicagoland area. The firm offers entrepreneurs the opportunity to learn more about the program and its qualifications.
Businesses in the Chicagoland area were hit hard during the pandemic, and many are still struggling to keep their doors open. Foreign investors can help rebuild the economy by investing in these troubled companies. This would create additional employment opportunities and help save jobs that would otherwise have been lost if the factories were forced to close.
Noisy USCISIn order for the company to be considered “disturbed”, the following must apply:
- Your company must have existed for at least 2 years.
- During the past 12 or 24 months, your company must have suffered a net loss of at least 20% or more under GAAP accounting.
- You either have 10 full-time employees or your company can maintain a total of 10 full-time employees with additional investment capital.
“Chicago is our home and we help local businesses by keeping them updated on the latest state of the law, which in turn helps keep their business safe in these uncertain times just,” said chief attorney Taher Kameli. “Hundreds of small business owners who are already operating on very tight margins are still struggling with legal and financial issues about their business and we want to help.”
About Kameli & Associates law firms
We offer our clients a wide range of services in the areas of corporate and transaction law as well as job-related immigration. Our areas of practice include contract negotiation, contractual disputes and litigation, dispute resolution, transactional law, commercial disputes, security defense, digital currency litigation, tax law and investment immigration (EB-5).
We strive to offer our customers high quality representation as well as inexpensive and pragmatic advice. Learn more: https://kamelilawgroup.com/
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