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CMB's Vice President of Project Development, Matt Hogan, attended the IREX conference in New Delhi, India last month. November 5, 2019



 

Mr. Matt Hogan, CMB's Vice President of Project Development, travels to India on a regular basis to meet with prospective investor looking to immigrate through the EB-5 Investor Visa Program. This was Matt's presentation at the IREX conference in New Delhi last month, where he was discussing the EB-5 program, CMB's partnership structure and the upcoming changes to the EB-5 program.
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