THE BIGGEST EB-5 event of the summer! Join IIUSA August 11-12 in Seattle, WA

07.07.11 | Archived

I am most pleased to report that we are expecting to host the biggest, most diverse EB-5 and international economic development industry event of summer 2011 at the IIUSA EB-5 International Investment & Economic Development Forum in Seattle, WA on 8/11-8/12.  Space is starting to fill up quickly for this first class event, with just about six weeks away until we kick off with a dinner cruise around the Seattle Harbor.  So, please plan ahead and don’t delay in registering for the conference!

CLICK HERE to visit the event registration page.

Already, industry leaders have stepped up to sponsor the event, leaving only a couple of more sponsorship slots available:


Expert panelists and exhibitors, representing the many disciplines that fill important niches in the industry, from all over the world will be in attendance to, including:

All attendees will leave knowing what the expert practitioners are doing to be successful in our industry.  Attorneys can receive CLE credits for attending.  All attendees will receive a certificate of attendance upon completion of the afternoon seminar.  We will also discuss the forthcoming EB-5 reform legislation that IIUSA continues to work on with Congress.  It is now in its final stages and will likely be introduced this summer, with much to discuss.  There are multiple pieces of EB-5 policy and procedure in flux right now.  This event is THE way for you to take part  in the industry discussion that is going on among the EB-5 professionals that make up IIUSA.

We already have some dynamite keynote speakers lined up too, including:

More TBA soon!!

This promises to the THE BIGGEST EB-5 event of the summer, a place where business gets done, collective interests are identified and worked on, and industry development is furthered thanks to the interaction of industry professional committed to regulatory compliance.  IIUSA is the ONLY EB-5 Regional Center Program trade association dedicated to such a mission.

We believe in the Program and its ability to spur economic development for the long term, as long as we find our areas of common interest as an industry.  Come join us in Seattle and be a part of something BIG!  Our country needs this Program to succeed as part of the 21st century U.S. economy.



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