Comprehensive webinar program offers timely information, EB-5 developments and advocacy
Chicago, IL (PRWEB) November 25, 2014
The Association to Invest in the USA (IIUSA), the national not-for-profit industry trade association for the EB-5 Regional Center Program (the “Program”), has announced its 2015 webinar schedule. Held regularly each month, the webinars will cover timely topics concerning the Program. IIUSA will also host quarterly advocacy webinars, a new feature that will be available free of cost to IIUSA members.
“IIUSA is tasked with providing the highest quality information to our members,” said IIUSA Executive Director Peter D. Joseph. “We pride ourselves on being the leading educational resource on emerging topics related to EB-5, and our webinar series is the cornerstone of that mission. By partnering with the industry’s leading experts, we are able to give comprehensive background and analysis about this crucial program, especially as the political and economic landscapes evolve.”
The monthly webinars will address a host of topics, striving to keep the industry educated on the most relevant and timely issues. Some of the topics include: industry best practices, securities laws, visa retrogression, EB-5 litigation, banking, U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) adjudication trends and many more. For a full list of topics and the schedule, visit the IIUSA Marketplace.
As 2014 comes to a close and we rapidly approach the EB-5 program’s September 30th sunset date, the Association’s advocacy webinars will be made available to members in an ongoing effort to promote grassroots support for the program’s reauthorization. The webinars will play an added role in keeping members updated and informed on relevant current affairs in Washington, D.C.
Finally, IIUSA offers an All Access Pass, which automatically registers members for all Association-hosted webinars and provides access to onDemand videos and other industry intelligence. The All Access Pass is available for a discounted rate of $999 for a limited time, and will increase to $1,200 on Dec. 1, 2014.
For more information about IIUSA and other member resources, please visit IIUSA.org.