IIUSA recently published its Chinese-version of the 2016 Q1 issue of the Regional Center Business Journal (RCBJ).
The RCBJ China issue, which is sent in an industry newsletter to over 1,000 individuals based in China, and in hard copy to all IIUSA’s China-based members, is part of IIUSA’s multi-platform engagement with EB-5 Stakeholders in around the world. The Q2 issue will be published next month.
The 2016 Q1 issue of the RCBJ takes a look back at the legislative efforts by EB-5 stakeholders at the end of last year to bring about the desired reforms that the EB-5 program needs. A roundtable discussion with three of the industry’s finest immigration attorneys provide some interesting insights into the likelihood that U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) implements new regulations this year without Congressional consent. Additionally, the nuances of the existing TEA standards are examined along with a review of the security laws compliance obligations that were introduced by the Senate at the end of 2015