- Anu Nair (Klasko Immigration Law Group)
- Jana Aristizabal (Marcum LLP)
- June Cheng (Fredrickson & Byron PA)
The source of the investor’s funds continues to be a central component in all EB-5 petitions. The panelists will discuss the latest trends and issues from recent USCIS adjudications, including RFEs and NOIDs on
Chinese source of funds (SOF), as well as frequently asked questions by investors of other markets.
- SOF RFEs and NOIDs with China: Third-Party Value Exchange, Tax and Social
Insurance Records, Mortgage Registration, and Inconsistencies from Prior Visa Applications
- India: How to Document Multiple Sources and Complicated Path of Funds
Is It Advisable to Accept Gifts from Non-Family Members?
- South Korea: Is the Rent Deposit (“Key Money”) an Acceptable SOF?
- Taiwan: The American Institute in Taiwan’s Review on EB-5 SOF After I-526 Approval
- New Policy Memo (Straight Denials): Does It Impact EB-5 SOF Documentation?
Note that this course is for education purposes only and should not be construed as legal advice in any way. Please consult with an attorney. This course is not available for CLE credits.
This course is available for 50% off to IIUSA members. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org for a coupon code. No refunds are available if purchased at full price.