LCR Capital Partners

About LCR Capital Partners:

Founded by alumni of Harvard Business School, LCR Capital Partners is a global investment and advisory firm which helps its international clients, typically sophisticated professionals and college-bound children, secure U.S. residency (green card) via the EB-5 Investment Visa Program. Raj Chinai, the firm’s Managing Director, is based in Dubai and works with HNI families across India, the Middle East, Africa and Southeast Asia to achieve their U.S. aspirations.

For Additional Information please log on to: www.lcrcapital.com

LCR Capital Partners

About LCR Capital Partners:

Founded by alumni of Harvard Business School, LCR Capital Partners is a global investment and advisory firm which helps its international clients, typically sophisticated professionals and college-bound children, secure U.S. residency (green card) via the EB-5 Investment Visa Program. Raj Chinai, the firm’s Managing Director, is based in Dubai and works with HNI families across India, the Middle East, Africa and Southeast Asia to achieve their U.S. aspirations.

For Additional Information please log on to: www.lcrcapital.com

Contact:
Raj Chinai – Managing Director, LCR Capital Partners

Email: rchinai@lcrcapital.com
Mobile: +971 52 7399007 (Dubai) | +91 96115 77007 (India)

Contact:
Raj Chinai – Managing Director, LCR Capital Partners

Email: rchinai@lcrcapital.com
Mobile: +971 52 7399007 (Dubai) | +91 96115 77007 (India)

The fundamental role of independent educational consultants is to help students explore college opportunities and find the right place for them to succeed academically and socially. IECs don’t get students admitted—they help students demonstrate why they deserve to be admitted at appropriately chosen schools. They help students find colleges they might not have heard of—often out of their region—and they help students put their best foot forward.

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