IIUSA is excited to announce that its EB-5 Basics Module is now updated to reflect the changes made to the EB-5 Program in 2022 under the EB-5 Reform and Integrity Act (RIA). With tremendous help from the IIUSA Best Practices Committee, the module is now fully updated and ready to educate a new era of EB-5 novices.
The EB-5 Basics Module is an easy-to-use education tool available through the IIUSA EB-5 Education Library that gives EB-5 beginners a crash course on the EB-5 Program. The module is split into four parts that tackle everything from Program history, terms, and acronyms to visa rules and usage, economics, Regional Center operations, USCIS forms and adjudications, and more. Each part of the module is followed by a 10-question quiz that assesses the learner’s comprehension of the material. The learner must pass the quiz with at least an 80% to move on to the next section.
While anyone is welcome to utilize the module, its targeted audience are people new to and/or unfamiliar with the EB-5 Program but want to learn more. More specifically, IIUSA members have found great value in using the module as an onboarding tool for new hires. It allows new employees to quickly get up to speed on Program basics without employers having to take the time to personally educate each new hire.
The EB-5 Basics Module was first published in 2018 and proved to be a useful and time-saving tool for many member organizations. With changes to the EB-5 Program in 2022, IIUSA has been hard at work making updates to the module to accurately reflect the current state and history of the Program. We are excited this tool is now ready for the next generation of EB-5 learners.
The module is $100 per enrollment and IIUSA members are entitled to a 50% discount. Members can access the coupon code in the member portal on the discount codes page. If you are interested in purchasing enrollment for five or more learners, we do offer bulk enrollment discounts. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information on bulk pricing.
We would like to extend a special thank you to the IIUSA Best Practices Committee for its diligent work in helping us update the content of this module.