We are calling on all EB-5 industry stakeholders to step up in support of your trade association and its efforts to secure a long-term Program reauthorization on your behalf. Significant progress is being made on Capitol Hill and we look forward to getting the EB-5 industry back to business!
However, we need your support to ensure we are able to make a reauthorized and reformed Program a reality. IIUSA members are the backbone of our operations and we are thankful for the support that each and every organization has shown us over the years – but we are also cognizant of the fact that there are many professionals out there who have not yet joined. We are honored to have welcomed 25 new member organizations so far this year but there is more work to be done!
Membership with IIUSA not only goes to support our advocacy efforts but also opens the door for a host of business development, marketing, and educational opportunities. Not to mention the fact that it provides access to a host of analytical resources that can help you stay informed and ahead of the competition. You can review all of the various benefits in IIUSA’s online membership guide.
Join Now and Receive a Complimentary Sponsorship!
For a limited time, we are offering new member organizations the opportunity to secure a free “Bronze Sponsorship” for this fall’s Virtual EB-5 Industry Forum. All you need to do is join IIUSA to support our work on the industry’s behalf and you will receive marketing recognition at the EB-5 event of the year. It’s that simple.
THANK YOU TO OUR 2021 NEW MEMBER ORGANIZATIONS
Carolina Global Regional Center
Dickinson Wright PLLC
Law Office of Robert V Cornish Jr
Bhavya Chaudhry & Associates LLC
Global Investment Attraction Group
Visa Franchise LLC
I.A. Donoso & Associates LLC
United States Association of Bio-Defense Manufacturers
GMN Road Shows & Events
USASIA Pacific, Inc.
Immigration Law Office of Los Angeles, PC
Yes Immigration Corp.
American Venture Solutions Regional Center
MBE Properties LLC
Visa Law Group
Inderjit K. Sidhu Esq.
The American Legal Center