Topic: For the fourth year, IIUSA will be holding a practical workshop for how to approach Regional Centers filings of Form I-924A. The annual reporting is used to demonstrate a Regional Center’s continued eligibility for the Regional Center designation, which must be filed for each fiscal year (October 1 through September 30) within 90 days after the end of the fiscal year (on or before December 29) of the calendar year in which the fiscal year ended. The failure to timely file a Form I-924A Supplement will result in the issuance of an intent to terminate the participation of the regional center, which may ultimately result in the termination of the approval and designation of the regional center.
In addition to regional centers, EB-5 stakeholders such as attorneys, developers and project managers will benefit from the webinar’s examination of how to correctly file this petition. IIUSA’s panelists will take a closer look aspects of the I-924A filing such as reporting of statistics such as capital investments, industry designation (NAICS codes) as well as job creation estimation and methodology.
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Finance – EB-5 Escrow, Fund Administration & Bridge Loans
November 20, 2014
This webinar will be an assessment of the financing options available to EB-5 projects. Finding the right balance of protecting investors’ financial interest with the need for the projects to stay on schedule so investors’ immigration benefits (which rely on the success of the project) is attainable.
Understanding the newly emerging options for escrow arrangements and “bridge financing” is essential to structuring deals in ways that balance investor financial and immigration goals.
Join us on November 20th to engage with IIUSA’s expert panel on this emerging development.
While the EB-5 Program has evidently created thousands of jobs and fostered economic development in each corner of the country, there have also been growing pains associated with the burgeoning of EB-5 regional center projects. We will look deeper into some aspects of the Program that have influenced regional center and EB-5 stakeholder activity over in 2014, including USCIS processing times, financial and immigration due diligence, comprehensive immigration reform and much more.
Join us on December 18th to engage with IIUSA’s expert panel on the status of the industry and gain a better perspective on what lies ahead for EB-5 Program in 2015.