April 9, 2015 – SAN FRANCISCO – Dr. Gregory Finkelson, President of American Corporate Services, Inc. announced today that Ms. Shirley Lee has joined the company as Vice-President for Chinese Connections.
Ms. Lee’s decades of entrepreneurial experience in the import-export business, as well as her native understanding of the Chinese culture, uniquely equips her for her new position.
In addition to more than two decades in the trading business, she has been the agent of a China student recruitment program, a reporter for China Press and a court translator.
Ms. Lee is currently completing the requirements for receiving her paralegal certification.
Dr. Finkelson described Ms. Lee as, “The right person at the right time for American Corporate Services, Inc.,” as the demand for immigration visas by Chinese nationals continues to increase at an unprecedented rate. He said, “Ms. Lee’s ability to communicate seamlessly with potential Chinese immigrants about business, investments, immigration and education makes her a valued asset for our company from the moment she walks through the door for the first time as a staff member.”
American Corporate Services specializes in Business & Investment Immigration to the USA. Dr. Finkelson is the author of the acclaimed book, “How to Find Chinese Investors, Agents & Clients for Your EB-5 Projects & Services – A Practical Guide for Regional Centers, Attorneys, Developers and Businessmen.”
American Corporate Services, Inc.
2076 – 16th Avenue, Suite A - San Francisco - California - 94116-1238 USA
Tel. 415-682-2550 - Fax 415-682-2551 - E-mail: [email protected]
www.Business-Visa-USA.com - www.Business-Visa-USA.cn
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