IIUSA is pleased to announce that its new EB-5 Allied Partners Program which kicked off earlier this month has gained its first new members including the Global African Business Association, TekDek Inc., and the Longview Texas Chamber of Commerce.
The new program aims to bring EB-5 beneficiaries into the association to help ensure our advocacy efforts have the most impact. These groups include but are not limited to chambers of commerce, economic development organizations, local/state/regional governments, non-profits, membership associations, and others. Allied Partners will take a decisive role in ensuring EB-5 capital is fully understood and recognized for its impact on economic development initiatives. Their support helps IIUSA assure EB-5 revenue plays a crucial role for years to come.
Refer an Allied Partner to IIUSA!
Do you know an organization that would be a great fit for Allied Partnership? Referring potential Allied Partners is an impactful way for you to support EB-5 and IIUSA’s work to promote the Regional Center Program. When you refer your associates to Allied Partnership, you are also sharing with them the potential to utilize IIUSA’s industry-leading benefits to aid their efforts in reaching their own organizational goals.
A strong EB-5 Allied Partners Program empowers IIUSA to:
- Strengthen its position as the industry’s voice on Capital Hill
- Advocate for meaningful changes to the Program such as improved process times and additional visas
- Expand public understanding of the EB-5 Program
- Connect industry professionals with communities seeking investment across the country.
Fill out the EB-5 Allied Partner Referral Form for a chance to win a $500 IIUSA credit! Participants that refer an Allied Partner will be entered into a raffle to win a credit to be used towards any IIUSA offerings upon partnership activation