Camille Paldi, Chief Executive Officer of FAAIF in Dubai signs memorandum of understanding with Daniel Kim, CEO of DDK Law in Los Angeles to provide US investor visa services in the UAE.
March 23, 2014 (Newswire.com) - Camille Paldi, Chief Executive Officer of FAAIF in Dubai signs memorandum of understanding with Daniel Kim, CEO of DDK Law in Los Angeles to provide US investor visa services in the UAE. The two CEO's plan to facilitate the obtainment of US Extraordinary Ability and EB-5 Investment Immigration Visas to foreign nationals seeking US permanent residency and citizenship. Paldi explained that Dubai serves as an immigration flocking point for people in this region before moving on to Western countries for permanent residence. She says that the time is right to start offering US Investor Visas, especially for businessmen and women seeking dual citizenship and visa free travel as well as for families planning for long-term family and life goals.
FAAIF Limited is a management consultancy firm servicing clients in immigration and investor visa migration, real estate, company formation, offshore services, international trade, capital markets, Islamic banking and finance, and takaful. In terms of the FAAIF Islamic banking operation, FAAIF aims to assist institutional clients develop Islamic windows including ensuring Shari'ah compliance, segregation of funds, and accounting standards and constructs comprehensive and fully functional Islamic finance departments in law firms. The FAAIF team also provides training and consultation regarding all aspects of ethical and Islamic finance to the wider professional arena.
FAAIF Limited was founded by Camille Paldi. In addition to being a qualified Islamic finance specialist with a Masters Degree in Islamic finance from Durham University (UK), Camille is also a lawyer in four countries and nine jurisdictions around the world and has received legal training in common, civil, and Shari'ah law in six countries spanning five continents of the earth in Asia, Europe, Australia, New Zealand, North America, and the Middle East.
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