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Posted: June 24th, 2014 | Author: Chris Jaensch | Filed under: Investor Visas, Jaensch Immigration Law Firm | Tags: Business Opportunities in Florida, Businesses for Sale, E-2 investment visa, E-2 Investor Visas, Eb-5 Green Cards, Eb-5 Visas | No Comments »
Today we learned about a new business opportunity for Florida immigrants who are searching for good investments that can help them qualify for an E-2 or EB-5 visa. It comes in the form of a 3,088 sq-ft restaurant on a barrier island near Sarasota with a cozy 3-bedroom apartment above – makes for an easy commute.
STOCK image of restaurant interior. Contact the broker for real photos.
- 3,088 SF restaurant with full bar (4-COP) located in Holmes beach, with gulf views.
- Additional 1,400 SF 3BD apartment above.
- Sale price: $475,000.
- Rent would be $5,000 per mo. (including the apt. above) plus Tenant pays
- Property taxes, insurance & Maint. (about $13,000 yr)
- The restaurant did about $500k for 2013 (open only for dinner 7 nights)
- Cash flow: $183,000.
- If you deduct the expense of rent and NNN charges ($73,000) the net to a new operator would be about $110k.
- Real estate is also for sale for $1.3M
Interested parties should contact Mr. John Caragiulo, an experienced business broker, at email@example.com.
As always, the attorneys at Jaensch Immigration Law Firm stand ready to advise you on making any investment with the goal of securing a temporary E-2 or immigrant EB-5 visa.
Posted: June 18th, 2014 | Author: Victoria Karins | Filed under: Jaensch Immigration Law Firm, Sarasota Immigrants | Tags: AILA, Immigration Reform, Press Release, Victoria Karins | 1 Comment »
Victoria Karins Re-Assumes Role as Leader of Central Florida Immigration Attorneys
Sarasota Immigration Attorney Victoria Jaensch Karins
Sarasota, FL 6/16/2014: Sarasota attorney Victoria Jaensch Karins was re-elected Chair of the Central Florida Chapter of the American Immigration Lawyers Association in June. She assumes this leadership role amid an era of change in immigration law.
The announcement of Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals has been followed by the stall of immigration reform in the House. During this time, the Obama Administration has made additional changes at the Federal level to immigration procedure that build on Deferred Action.
Changes have also occurred at the state level. Bills that allow undocumented childhood arrivals to qualify for in-state tuition and to practice law in Florida are among a few of the latest developments.
Ms. Karins brings continuity and experience to her role as Chair. This is the second year in a row she’s been elected to the leadership and she has practiced immigration law for almost 20 years.
She has been taking an active part in her role; traveling to DC twice to speak before lawmakers and blogging for the AILA website.
“I’m honored to have been elected to the leadership by such dedicated and hard-working peers,” Ms. Karins said. “It’s very interesting to be so involved at this time of transformation,” she continued.
Posted: June 7th, 2014 | Author: Chris Jaensch | Filed under: Sarasota Immigrants | No Comments »
German immigrants in Florida might be interested in the events and opportunities shared with us by the German consulate. We’ve copied the description of an internship opportunity at the German consulate below.
Please take a look at the full Event Newsletter from June 6, 2014 here.
Would you like to work at the German Parliament?
The German Bundestag invites you, in cooperation with the Freie Universität Berlin, Humboldt-Universität Berlin, and Technische Universität Berlin, to apply for an International Parliamentary Scholarship (IPS) to spend five months in Berlin. The IPS program is aimed at highly qualified young men and women who will return home after the program with the determination to play an active and responsible role in shaping their countries’ democratic future. The German Bundestag, the German Parliament, offers young people the opportunity to get to know the German parliamentary system and political decision-making processes and to gain practical experience of parliamentary work during a 15-week work placement with a Member of the Bundestag. The scholarship-winners are chosen by the German Bundestag’s independent selection panel. The program takes place from March 1 to July 31, 2015. The selection interviews are held in the United States.
-Very good knowledge of German
-Knowledge of German politics, society and history
-Under the age of 30 at the start of the scholarship
-Insurance and travel expenses
Deadline for applications: June 30, 2014.
Additional information is available online at: