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Making the Most of EB-5 in MissouriMembers only Login
The EB-5 Program is a federal foreign direct investment, immigration, and regional economic development program that provides access to capital to U.S. businesses and creates American jobs at no expense to the American taxpayer. Use of the program...
How California is Making the Most of EB-5
In this CDFA webcast, our expert panelists including Peter Joseph of IIUSA, Mariza McKee with Kutak Rock, and Kraig Schwigen with CMB Regional Centers present on the impact being made by EB-5 in California, key rules and regulations, and...
EB-5 U.S. Securities Laws OverviewMembers only Login
Mariza McKee with Kutak Rock presents U.S. Securities Laws related to the EB-5 program including Securities Act of 1933, Securities Exchange Act of 1934, Investment Company Act of 1940, Investment Advisers Act of 1940, and state 'Blue Sky" laws.
USCIS EB-5 Training MaterialsMembers only Login
This resource contains all USCIS EB-5 training materials through May 2011, as released to IIUSA through a FOIA request. Prepared by Karla Creech at Cornell Law School, the training materials contain nearly 800 pages of comprehensive information on...
Maximizing the EB-5 OpportunityMembers only Login
Moderator Peter Joseph with IIUSA leads a session featuring the country's EB-5 experts as they showcase recent deals, finding investors, immigration process, and proving job creation & exit strategies.
EB-5 Financing 101Members only Login
This presentation provides a thorough discussion of the EB-5 Immigrant Investor Program by Angelique Brunner of EB5 Capital, Robert Divine of Baker Donelson, Peter Joseph of IIUSA, and Jennifer Moseley of Burr and Forman.
EB-5 Immigrant InvestorsMembers only Login
This 2007 white paper by Miller Mayer examines how USCIS has approached grey areas in the EB-5 program such as defining full-time employment, job-location, and proving a legal source of income.