USCIS Publishes Form I-956K, Registration for Direct and Third-Party Promoters

01.05.23 | Government Affairs


On January 4, 2023, U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) published Form I-956K, Registration for Direct and Third-Party Promoters.

The form was published in response to the changes to the EB-5 Program under the Reform and Integrity Act requiring all direct and third-party promoters to register with USCIS. Each person acting as a direct or third-party promoter (including migration agents) of the following must complete Form I-956K:

  • A regional center;
  • A new commercial enterprise;
  • An affiliated job-creating entity; or
  • An issuer of securities intended to be offered to immigrant investors in connection with a particular capital investment project.

IIUSA is a proponent of enhanced investor protection, improved integrity measures, and security requirements instituted by the RIA. We are currently working to analyze the impact and requirements of form I-956K and we will have an in-depth analysis available soon. In the interim, you can review the form and instructions below.

Form I-956K

I-956K Instructions


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