A Discussion w/ Charlie Oppenheim + Visa Implications & the Impact of COVID-19 on the EB-5 Industry

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Charlie Oppenheim, Chief of the Visa Control and Reporting Division at the U.S. Department of State, joined IIUSA digitally on June 16 to answer questions from the industry stakeholders related to the EB-5 visa numbers allocation.

During the live question & answer (Q&A) session, Mr. Oppenheim shared his insights on questions like:

What will happen if the EB-5 visa numbers are not fully used this year? What are the behind-the-scene factors that contributed to the rapid movements on the EB-5 final actions date this year? How EB-5 visa numbers in 2020 might be impacted IF there are unused visa numbers from the family-based categories this year?

Industry Expert Panel to Follow: Visa Implications & the Impact of COVID-19 on the EB-5 Industry

Immediately following Mr. Oppenheim’s presentation, IIUSA member experts took a deep dive into the information provided and expand upon key topics.

Panelists Include:

  • Carolyn Lee, Carolyn Lee PLLC, (Moderator)
  • Christine Chen, CanAm Enterprises
  • Noreen Hogan, CMB Regional Centers
  • Michael Kester, Impact DataSource
  • Cletus Weber, Peng & Weber PLLC

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