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The New Era of EB-5: New Frontiers for Regional Centers Webinar

Virtual | Zoom Start: 17th Apr 2024 End: 17th Apr 2024
The New Era of EB-5:
New Frontiers for Regional Centers Webinar

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How should issuers position their offerings to take advantage of new opportunities in the EB-5 market? 

EB-5 stakeholders have been faced with a lot of changes over the past two years: reserved visa categories, priority processing for rural projects, concurrent filing of Adjustment of Status, a two-year sustainment period, increased filing fees, and a volatile real estate market, just to name a few. With large numbers of visas available, Regional Centers who adapt quickly will be able to take advantage of strong investor interest in 2024.

But what do investors want in an EB-5 project in 2024? What kinds of projects will be most viable a year from now? With so many Regional Centers seeking authorization post-RIA, it will take more than it used to in order to stand out. The future of EB-5 rests not only in offering enticing investments, but in fulfilling the obligations developers and Regional Centers have to their immigrant investors.

As part of our commitment to thought leadership in EB-5, JTC is assembling a panel of seasoned experts for a free online event where they’ll discuss the ways issuers are shifting strategy by pursuing different investors, different projects, and different capital structures as they navigate the new realities of EB-5. Plus, the panel will answer questions from attendees so you can ask about specific concerns. Don’t miss this rare opportunity to hear from those on the forefront of EB-5 innovation.

Discussion topics:
  • How increased filing fees will affect the priorities of both investors and issuers.
  • What recent statistics regarding rural visa petition volume and adjudication times mean for investors from retrogressed countries – are rural projects experiencing a bubble, or will their dominance continue after the category fills up?
  • Prospects for infrastructure and high-unemployment reserved visa categories.
  • How to take advantage of the benefits that concurrent filing of Adjustment of Status can offer to H-1B and F-1 visa holders.
  • What industry leaders are doing to ensure future reauthorization of the Regional Center program.
Who should watch:
  • Regional Center operators looking for new investors
  • Developers interested in accepting EB-5 investment capital
  • Foreign nationals hoping to find the most advantageous path toward U.S. residency
  • Agents, attorneys, and other service providers looking to provide the best possible guidance for their clients
  • Anyone with a vested interest in the success and continuation of the EB-5 Immigrant Investor Program
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Jill Jones
General Counsel, ICS USA San Jose
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Irina Rostova
FINRA Registered Broker & Top 25 EB-5 Immigration Attorney EB-5 & InvestAmerica
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Jose Rincon
Vice President, Business Development Miami
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Osvaldo F. Torres
Corporate, Securities & Finance Law Torres Law, P.A.
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Joseph C. McCarthy
Principal & Co-Founder American Dream Fund

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