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Matthew T. Galati Elected AILA Philadelphia Chapter Chair

Congratulations to Matthew T. Galati for being elected as Chair of The AILA Philadelphia Chapter for 2020-21

Principal of The Galati Law Firm, Matthew T. Galati, was elected to the position of Chair of The American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA) Philadelphia Chapter for its 2020-21 Term. Matt’s election follows the previous four years of service with the Chapter’s Executive Committee, having most recently held the Vice Chair position in this organization. In this role Matt will lead the Chapter’s Executive Committee, which represents the interest of its 400-plus members based in Eastern Pennsylvania, Southern New Jersey, and Delaware.

AILA is the national association of immigration lawyers organized with a mission to promote justice, advocate for fair and reasonable immigration law and policy, advance the quality of immigration and nationality law and practice, and enhance the professional development of its members. The organization consists of more than 15,000 lawyers nationally.

Over the past few years, Matt has focused the majority of his practice on EB-5 and E-2 related matters, resulting in the preparation of hundreds of investor petitions, as well as regularly advising U.S. companies utilizing the EB-5 program. Matt is also a seasoned litigator, having wrought dozens of approvals following USCIS delays and lawsuits prevailing successfully over the agency following arbitrary denials. His client base of the “best and brightest” consist of engineers, scientists, medical professionals, businessmen and women, and many more.

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