EB-5 Expected to Extend Through Dec. 7, 2018

09.13.18 | Archived

IIUSA Advocacy Alert – September 13, 2018

Today House of Representatives Appropriations Committee Chairman Rodney Frelinghuysen (R-NJ) announced the Committee will introduce legislation to fund the government through December 7, 2018Frelinghuysen
The continuing resolution includes language that extends authorization of the EB-5 Regional Center Program. While this extension is temporary, it gives IIUSA and its partners renewed opportunities to push for a long-term reauthorization for the critical immigration and economic development program after the elections in the lame duck and new 116th Congress.
Once the House of Representatives passes this measure, it will go to the Senate for consideration and then on to the President for his signature.
IIUSA staff is actively supporting a clean reauthorization on Capitol Hill in recent weeks and days to ensure the EB-5 program continues to be authorized, and working toward meaningful reform and long-term authorization.
Today’s announcement from the House of Representatives is good news. If you have any questions about this update, do not hesitate to to contact advocacy@iiusa.org or call Interim Executive Director, Aaron Grau, directly at (202) 795-9661.

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