Register for Next Week’s IIUSA Webinar – Optimizing the EB-5 Capital Stack (6/26, 3pm EST/12pm PST)

06.19.14 | Archived

Panelists (Click Photos For Bios):
Colin Rowan
colinrowanFounding Member, United Fund Advisors
Tyler Inda
New Market Tax Credits Consultant, Baker Tilly Virchow Krause, LLP
Steven P. Polivy 
 Managing Partner, Chair Economic Development & Incentives Practice, Akerman LLP 
Stephen Strnisha
 CEO, Cleveland International Fund

EB-5 Finance: Combining EB-5 Capital With Other Economic Development Tools (Optimizing the EB-5 Capital Stack)

The rules of financing have been re-written post-recession such that risk must be broken up and diversified on the front end of the financing process as opposed to the back end. As such, people have had to be very creative in optimizing their capital stack to get their projects done.
This webinar will focus on the trend of combining EB-5 capital with other economic development tools such as new market tax credits, tax increment financing, bonds, and other economic incentive programs that lower the cost of capital.
Join us for discussion of how economic development tools have given EB-5 practitioners new ways to structure deals!
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Special Guest:
Toby Rittner
President/CEO, Council of Development Finance Agencies (CDFA)

Securities Laws & EB-5: Enforcement Actions & Registration Guidance
July 31, 2014

SEC’s involvement in the EB-5 Program has been increasing but is still relatively new. In this webinar, we will be exploring all prior enforcement actions and review any new enforcement actions that occur over the first half of 2014. We will also discuss the ways in which increased federal oversight of the Program may have serious ramifications on how EB-5 projects are marketed to investors.

USCIS EB-5 Adjudication Trends: I-526/I-829 Petitions & I-924 Applications

August 28, 2014

In 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 of the investor’s immigration status) has continued to increase. As such, 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.

EB-5 Economics: Targeted Employment Areas (TEAs) & Economic Methodologies

September 25, 2014

This webinar will exploring different options for creating a Target Employment Area (TEA), which is an area that, at the time of investment, is a rural area or an area experiencing unemployment of at least 150 percent of the national average rate.


This discussion will comprehensively review USCIS policy, Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) guidance including local area unemployment statistical methodology, and state interpretation.


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