Meet Our International EB-5 Forum Partners

11.03.20 | Education, Events, Membership

Later this month, the IIUSA Virtual EB-5 Industry Forum will convene the industry for business development and leading educational programming. Coming at a critical time for the industry and nation, the event will cover many of the hottest topics including the post-election outlook, redeployment, processing trends, and much more. 

To ensure the event not already reached U.S. stakeholders but service providers and investors around the world we have partnered with leading organizations in the industry’s most important investor markets. We are honored to have the support of the below organizations for this event and we are looking forward to providing the worldwide EB-5 community with timely and engaging programming. 

If you haven’t already done so please register today to secure your spot! 

This year’s event includes articipants from: 

  • China
  • Vietnam
  • India 
  • South Korea 
  • Russia
  • Brazil 
  • MENA 
  • and many more! 


AILA Bangkok District Chapter 

The AILA Bangkok District Chapter is made up of 200 plus members with a focus and interest in Asia and on Consular Processing. BDC is the second Chapter for 70% of our members.

Guangdong Entry & Exit Immigration Association 

The Guangdong Entry & Exit Immigration Association was established in Guangzhou on July 22nd, 2011. Supervised by Guangdong Provincial Public Security Department and approved by the Department of Civil Affairs of Guangdong Province, GDEIA is a non-profit organization with corporative qualifications of social groups.

Investment Migration Council

The Investment Migration Council (IMC) is the worldwide association for investor immigration and Citizenship-by-Investment, bringing together the leading stakeholders in the field and giving the industry a voice. The IMC sets the standards on a global level and interacts with other professional associations, governments and international organizations in relation to investment migration.

Korean Emigration Association 

The Korean Emigration Association is a non-profit corporation under the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. It was established on July 25, 1996 to provide comprehensive immigrant system information and local living information to foreigners who wish to move abroad.

PHD Chamber of Commerce 

PHD Chamber of Commerce and Industry, established in 1905, is a proactive National Apex Chamber working at the grass-root level and with strong national and international linkages.The Chamber acts as a catalyst in the promotion of industry, trade and entrepreneurship. PHD Chamber, through its research-based policy advocacy role, positively impacts the economic growth and development of the nation.

Taiwan Immigration Consultants Association 

Since 2001, the Taiwan Immigration Consultants Association (TICA) has promoted immigration business, provided services to members, and undertaken consignments from government agencies in Taiwan. TICA currently has about fifty-four active members all of whom are licensed professional immigration consultants approved by Taiwan National Immigration Agency (NIA), 

World Trade Center Sao Paulo Business Club

The WTC São Paulo Business Club has existed since the founding of the WTC SP Complex , but it has been operating its current concept and business model for almost 15 years, when, led by its current President, Bruno Bomeny, it brought the main executives of the emerging sector out of the market Relationship Clubs, International Chambers of Commerce and Business Associations.


    Your Cart
    Your cart is emptyReturn to Shop