Cooperating to share experience and support the program

Thank you to EB5 Investors Magazine for launching an initiative to showcase positive EB-5 stories. Regional Centers and project companies, please make this effort succeed by taking time to reach out and contribute information about your completed EB-5 projects. The airwaves desperately need stories of real-life experience with EB-5 success. Otherwise, the conversation and our reputation will continue to be defined by the few projects that make the news for bad reasons.

Showcase the positive impact the EB-5 program has had in America
EB5 Investors Magazine is launching a special feature to showcase how the EB-5 visa program has provided a positive impact across the nation by creating American jobs while stimulating our economy.

Please share how your completed EB-5 projects have had a beneficial effect on America. Details of your completed EB-5 projects will be used in material to promote the success and economic impact of the EB-5 program!
Let’s show our policy makers, industry influencers, interested EB-5 program participants and everyday Americans how much investment and jobs the EB-5 program creates!

Click here to share your EB-5 project details!

IIUSA has also emerged with calls to action to support the industry.

  • The IIUSA Public Policy Committee, of which I am a part, is preparing to engage with USCIS on the topic of unreasonable adjudication practices. To this end, we are collecting examples of recent Requests for Evidence and Notices of Intent to Deny that reflect new adjudication trends and make unreasonable requests. Do you have examples? If so, please redact personal information out of the RFE or NOID, and email to education@iiusa.org. The committee will use these examples to inform a robust response. (https://twitter.com/EB5IIUSA/status/1262832809162530819)
  • IIUSA is calling on all EB-5 stakeholders, economic development professionals, and businesses around the country to sign a public letter of support. The letter, addressed to members of Congress, highlights the economic benefits of EB-5 investment, including job creation and retention for U.S. workers and local economic development.
  • IIUSA offers a template to assist stakeholders in submitting op-eds to their local publications.

About Suzanne (www.lucidtext.com)
Suzanne Lazicki is a business plan writer, EB-5 expert, and founder of Lucid Professional Writing. Contact me at suzanne@lucidtext.com (626) 660-4030.

3 Responses to Cooperating to share experience and support the program

  1. Amy says:

    This is a valuable initiative. I have not seen any text on recent RFE and NOID trends/ practices and will definitely help future/ upcoming filers and applicants who are currently in line. Suzanne are you planning to post a blog on this topic?

  2. Ameeta Sapre says:

    Hi did IIUSA get any feedback on this? I am wondering if the overall immigration crackdown will affect eb5 and make RFEs and NOIDs more rampant.

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