The spending bill included a full-year appropriation for the departments of Defense, Education, Health and Human Services, and Labor. The CR provides funding at the FY18 level to agencies that have not received a regular appropriation which includes the EB-5 Regional Center Program.
As the EB-5 industry’s representative in Washington D.C., IIUSA will continue to meet with the Administration and Congress to build support for the Regional Center Program.
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Learn More about EB-5 Advocacy Initiatives at the Upcoming EB-5 Industry Forum
Next month, IIUSA will welcome EB-5 stakeholders from around the world to Chicago for the IIUSA & AILA EB-5 Industry Forum. This year’s event will include panels addressing the ongoing legislative and regulatory discussions surrounding the EB-5 program and is an excellent opportunity for you to hear the latest about the EB-5 advocacy from your representative in Washington, DC.