Interested in staying up to date on the trends and successes of the EB-5 industry? Explore the EB-5 data dashboard and read IIUSA’s data reports below to stay informed on the latest developments in the EB-5 industry.

IIUSA builds, maintains, and optimizes a large data library that covers all aspects of the EB-5 industry. Our data allows us to answer important questions about the trends of EB-5 investment inflows, the demand for EB-5 across the globe, the adjudications in U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS), and the distribution of targeted employment areas (TEA). Our research agenda includes the following:

EB-5 Economic impact

Research focused on EB-5 investment inflows and the impact of the EB-5 Program on job creation and stimulating the U.S. economy. 

EB-5 Investor Markets

Research focused on raising EB-5 capital across the world, the top markets with the most EB-5 investors, and rising stars with the fastest growth.

EB-5 Regional Center Trends

Research focused on the dynamics of approved and terminated Regional Centers across the country.

USCIS adjudication trends

Research focused on the processing times, approval rates, and other EB-5 related adjudication trends in USCIS.

Targeted Employment Areas (TEA)

Research focused on the processing times, approval rates, and other EB-5 related adjudication trends in USCIS.

Latest Reports & Analysis

March 2021 Visa Bulletin: 3-Week Advancement for Vietnam EB-5 Dates; No Movement for China Dates

The U.S. Department of State has published the monthly Visa Bulletin for March 2021, unveiling the new EB-5 cut-off dates for visa applicants from backlogged countries. EB-5 FINAL ACTION DATES (CHART A) The March Visa Bulletin revealed the following final action dates...

IIUSA Executive Director on Nonprofits, Effective Advocacy and Relationship Building

by Adam Mendler, Creator & Host, Thirty Minute Mentors Originally published on  I recently went one on one with Aaron Grau, Executive Director of Invest in the USA, the national, membership-based not-for-profit industry trade association for the...

RCBJ Perspectives: Litigation Success Story – After Years of Fighting, “At-Risk” Finally Means At Risk

Originally published in the Fall 2020 IIUSA Regional Center Business Journal (RCBJ) By Daniel B. Lundy, Partner, Klasko Immigration Law Partners  EB-5 regulations require an EB-5 investor to make an investment that is “at risk.” The concept of “at risk” is not unique...

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eb-5 Regional Center trends

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