2018 AILA/IIUSA EB-5 Industry Forum - Recording (.MP3)
It’s no secret that, after over a quarter century of stimulating the U.S. economy, the EB-5 program has reached a crossroads in its existence. Profound changes have taken place throughout the industry, with more potentially looming on the horizon. Expert guidance is thus sorely needed to make sense of these changes and navigate a successful path forward. To this end, AILA, the preeminent immigration bar association, and IIUSA, the nation’s leading EB-5 trade association, joined forces to present this two-day conference aimed at providing cutting-edge review and analysis of all aspects of EB-5 direct and regional center investments. Both newcomers and advanced EB-5 specialists attending this conference will have ample opportunity to learn more about the program, network with others in the industry, and develop their businesses, as well as ensure that their clients and customers are well-served. Sarah M. Kendall, the new leader of USCIS’s Immigrant Investor Program Office (IPO), and Charles Oppenheim, Chief, Immigrant Visa Control & Reporting, at the U.S. Department of State were both featured as Keynote speakers.
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