EB-5 Seminars Chicago

I just returned from Chicago, having participated in what proved to be an excellent series of seminars for EB-5 practitioners hosted by Wright Johnson, LLC and Artisan Business Group. While most EB-5 events aim at lawyers, these seminars benefited from being more practical than theoretical, and clearly presented the nuts and bolts of each piece of the Regional Center puzzle, from program background to proposal filing to economic analysis to corporate law and securities considerations to escrow arrangements to business plans to marketing.

The following is a list of topics and presenters, and I recommend anyone planning to set up a Regional Center to save time and headaches by contacting these people and begging a bit of the useful information and advice shared at the conference.

  • Immigration Law and EB-5 Program Description
    Joseph C. McCarthy, MS JD of McAdam & McCarthy
  • Econometrics and Project Planning
    Kevin Wright of Wright Johnson
  • Business Plan Preparation
    Suzanne Lazicki of Lucid Professional Writing
  • Corporate Law
    Jor Law and Michael Homeier of Homeier & Law, P.C.
  • Escrow
    Brian Terwilliger of NES Financial
  • Regional Center Resources and Networking
    Michael Gibson of USAdvisors.org
    Peter Joseph of Association to Invest in USA
  • Regional Center Marketing
    Brian Su of Artisan Business Group
  • About Suzanne (www.lucidtext.com)
    Lucid Professional Writing provides writing and editing services for businesses and scholars, and specializes in assisting clients to prepare business plans for filing with U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services.

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