Immigration Attorney Alfredo Lozano Presented E-2 Visas to Mexican Entrepreneurs

Exceeding expectations of the proposed objectives, a Binationalink delegation of 15 entrepreneurs from different cities in Mexico visited San Antonio and Houston, Texas, in mid-August to explore investment opportunities as a migration vehicle and increase business networking.

They had productive meetings with 16 American specialists in corporate legal, immigration, tax, banks, business, brokers, investment advisory, real estate developers, chambers of commerce, economic development authorities, and entrepreneurs from San Antonio and Houston, TX. Due to the great value these business missions provide, they have planned to carry out for a year.

Immigration Attorney and Founder of The Lozano Law Firm, PLLC, Alfredo Lozano, presented E-2 Visas and business opportunities to them at the event, hosted by the San Antonio Hispanic Chamber of Commerce event in mid-August.

President Marina González and her chairman Erika González of the San Antonio Hispanic Chamber of Commerce (SAHCC) and her international business committee represented by Juan Antonio Flores and Luis Rodríguez received 15 investors Binationalink from different cities in Mexico. A network of specialists, including Immigration Lawyer Alfredo Lozano, Founder of The Lozano Law Firm, PLLC, presented on the various visas available to these international investors to start up a business in the U.S. CPA Arturo Machado, Eric Sanchez of Vantage Bank, and Jaime Sanchez Business Broker, also participated.

The August networking event is already bearing fruit in the start of new businesses.

Alfredo Lozano notes, “We’ve decided to recommend our international entrepreneurs join the SAHCC because it’s not only the oldest Hispanic chamber but also the one with the most members in the entire US. The most important companies of all industries and business lines belong to the SAHCC. I’m thankful to the San Antonio Hispanic Chamber of Commerce for inviting me to speak about E-2 Visas and business opportunities for Mexican entrepreneurs at their recent networking event. It was a pleasure to meet so many talented, creative, and dynamic people seeking to expand their businesses into the U.S. I look forward to assisting them in the future and helping them achieve even greater success.”

About The Lozano Law Firm, PLLC

Alfredo Lozano is the founder and principal attorney at The Lozano Law Firm, PLLC, an immigration law firm serving San Antonio, Eagle Pass, Laredo, and San Angelo in business and family-based immigration law.

Before entering college, Lozano served his country for four years in the United States Marine Corps. He then enrolled in the University of Texas-San Antonio, graduating with a B.A. in Business Administration. Lozano later attended law school and earned his Juris Doctor law degree from Texas Southern University in Houston. His legal education also included a spring law program at the Instituto Technologico de Estudios Superiores de Monterrey in Monterrey, Mexico. He further fine-tuned his legal Spanish and enhanced his legal abilities in the field of immigration law.

Lozano worked for law firms in Houston, Beaumont, and Corpus Christi during and after law school, and he also concluded an internship with the Mexican Consulate in Houston. After working with a San Antonio firm handling deportation cases, Mr. Lozano began his practice, which focuses exclusively on immigration law matters.

Lozano is a member of the State Bar of Texas, the San Antonio Bar Association, and the American Immigration Lawyers Association. He is Board Certified in Immigration and Nationality Law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization.

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