IIUSA: Register For Tomorrow’s Webinar – EB-5 Litigation: Strategies & Trends (3:00pm EST/12:00pm PST)

09.02.15 | Archived

Panelists (Click Photos For Bios):
Michael G. Homeier
Founding Shareholder, Homeier & Law, P.C. 
Ira J. Kurzban
Partner, Kurzban Kurzban Weinger Tetzeli & Pratt P.A.
Carolyn S. Lee
Partner, MIller Mayer LLP
John P. Pratt
Partner, Kurzban Kurzban Weinger Tetzeli & Pratt P.A.
John Roth
Managing Principal, EB5 Analytics

EB-5 Litigation: Strategies & Trends

When: Thursday  September 3, 2015

Time: 3:00 PM EST/ 12:00 PM PST*

*Note: Registration will be cut-off  the day of the webinar at 1:00pm est. 

Topic: When other administrative options have been exhausted, EB-5 Regional Centers and petitioners may resort to resolving their cases through court proceedings.

Litigation in the EB-5 context has arisen in the form of mandamus, review of I-526 and I-829 petition denials, review of regional center denials and defense of securities law violations. With the inherent complexity of the EB-5 Program with commercial, economic, securities, corporate and immigration issues tied into the disputes in each and every case, it is likely that ligation will continue to be an avenue for EB-5 Regional Centers and petitions to entertain.

Join our expert panelists on September 24th to review previous instances of litigation in the EB-5 context, why some strategies worked and others did not and discuss how and in what circumstances could litigation be an option for you.

USCIS EB-5 Adjudication Trends: I-526/I-829 Petitions & I-924 Applications
September 24, 2015 (3pm est/12pm pst)

In fiscal year 2014, the volume of I-526 petitions (used by an entrepreneur who wishes to immigrate to the United States) and I-829 petitions (the removal of conditions) reached an all-time high. This webinar will highlight these growth trends as well as the analysis of large data sets of I-526 and I-829 RFEs/Denials that inform us to what issues are coming up in the adjudication of these petitions. Additionally, this webinar will assess recent processing trends and any issues pertaining to a backlog of petitions. All of these issues will be looked at from the perspective of EB-5 Regional Centers and project developers, investors, and other EB-5 industry stakeholders.

On August 20th, come take a closer look at how the adjudication of petitions continues to evolve the EB-5 Program.

*For more on member benefits and services, contact IIUSA Associate Director of Marketing/Communications Coordinator Allen Wolff at allen.wolff@iiusa.org or call 202-795-9669.


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