The IIUSA Virtual Industry Forum is fast approaching! Attendees at this years event will hear from industry leaders around the world as well as government representatives on the state of the EB-5 Program and its outlook for 2021 and beyond.
As an added incentive to participate, we are pleased to offer attorneys who join this year’s event an opportunity to receive up to 7 CLE credit hours! All you need to do is register here to participate.
CLE Eligible Panels Include
- Nov. 10: Assuring USCIS Priorities: A Conversation with EB-5 Experts
- Nov. 12: RFE and Denial Trends: What to Anticipate and How to Respond to Keep Your Project in Motion
- Nov. 12: Redeployment: How the Policy Manual Update Affects Current and Future Investors & Projects
- Nov. 17: Real Estate Workouts: Unique Challenges Facing EB-5 in the Wake of COVID-19
- Nov. 18: E2 to EB-5: A Viable Route to the U.S.? What About EB-1C?
- Nov. 19: The Legal Game: How EB-5 Practitioners are Inducing Action and Information Through the Courts
- Nov. 19: EB-5 Visa Update with Charlie Oppenheim and Post Hoc Expert Analysis
One ticket gives you access to all of the above panels (plus more). We hope you will join us! Explore the full schedule here!
At this time, we can only provide CLE credit for virtual programming for attorneys practicing in the following states: Arkansas, California, Colorado, Connecticut, Florida, Maine, Montana, New Jersey, New York, North Dakota, Oklahoma, West Virginia, Wisconsin. However, if you reside in a state that allows self-filling for virtual events we would be happy to provide you with a certificate of attendance and other details as required.
Panel attendance is required and will be confirmed prior to CLE issuance.
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