IIUSA Data Report Provides Reasons to Join us in Mumbai and Dubai Next Year

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IIUSA Data Report Provides Reasons to Join us in Mumbai and Dubai Next Year

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Next year, IIUSA will host the next two events of our Global Banquet Series in Mumbai, India (Feb. 20) and Dubai, UAE (Feb. 24). Now in its third year, the IIUSA Global Banquet Series brings together leading EB-5 professionals from across the globe for an evening of educational panels and networking opportunities to help forge critical relationships between EB-5 professionals from the US, India, the UAE and around the world.

We hope you are able to join us this coming February for what promise to be important events for our members as we look to continue to provide leading EB-5 business development, networking and education in markets around the globe.

To ensure you have all of the information you need, we have compiled the data report below which highlights important insights on both India and the UAE.

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International IIUSA members your attendance is complimentary. All you need to do is email info@iiusa.org to RSVP!

To discuss the events and available sponsorships in greater detail, please email IIUSA Director of Events & Business Development, McKenzie Penton or give us a call (202) 795-9667.

 


What is the Data Telling Us on India and the UAE?

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The EB‐5 investor market in India continues to grow rapidly as the data suggests that the number of I-526 petitions filed by India investors in FY2017 increased 66% from 2016.

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Since the inception of the EB-5 Program Regional Center Program in FY1992 over $742 million has be contributed by India investors with approximately $235 million of that funding coming in FY2017 alone.

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India’s high net worth individual (HNWI) population grew by 20% between 2016 and 2017 to approximately 263,000, the highest growth among all countries in Asia‐Pacific

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The United States is the second largest destination for Indian migrants-second only to the United Arab Emirates!

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In 2017, 88% of the UAE population was international immigrants. With EB-5 visa usage counted by the applicants country of origin not of residency, it is important to note that the UAE is a valuable EB-5 market with access to investors from around the world gathered in one place.

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Outside of Indian investors, the UAE was also a strong source of investors from Bangladesh, Pakistan, Egypt, Philippines and Indonesia in FY2017.

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December 5th, 2018|Categories: Economic Impact, Events, Immigration Law, Overseas, Research / Analysis|

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