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- Overview of EB-5 statutes, regulations, and administrative policies
- Jobs requirements related to EB-5 investments
- EB-5 immigration law and process
- Applicable securities laws
- Recruiting investors
- Working with regional centers
- Various investment models, including equity and loans
- Case studies of economic development projects that have used EB-5
- Domestic and international EB-5 data and statistics
- Legislative and federal updates related to EB-5
View the Intro EB-5 Finance WebCourse agenda for a full outline of the timing and topics to be covered.
IIUSA and CDFA signed Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) in June, 2012 that formalized a strategic partnership between the two organizations. The partnership is concentrated in EB-5 education and advocacy, with CDFA as the preferred development finance education provider to IIUSA members and IIUSA serving as CDFA’s source of EB-5 expertise. This partnership also extends to education opportunities on EB-5 rules, regulations, policies, and best practices to the economic development community across the country, and helps the EB-5 Regional Center Program be successful along the way.
In 2013, CDFA, in partnership with IIUSA, hosted a successful two-day 10-hour EB-5 web course in which 90 webinar attendees participated in the interactive webinar series, most of whom were local economic development professionals from around the country. the course was held in Washington DC.
In August 2014, CDFA held a two-day in-person Intro the EB-5 seminar in concert with CDFA’s summer school program in Washington, DC. Aside from EB-5, CDFA facilitated introductions to other development finance tools such as tax credit financing, brownfields finance and revolving loan funds.