IIUSA Prepares for its Cutting Edge Annual EB-5 Regional Center Industry Event at the End of April in Laguna Hills, CA

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IIUSA, as the industry trade association of Regional Centers dedicated to the permanent establishment and success of the growing EB-5 Regional Center Program, welcomed over 220 attendees from around the world in 2011. It is prepared for even more in 2012, thanks to Program growth and scheduling around the next EB-5 stakeholders meeting with the federal government agency in charge of administering (USCIS).

We at IIUSA consider it an honor to welcome the world as partners in regional economic development, so the EB-5 Regional Center Program can continue creating American jobs at no cost to the U.S. taxpayer.

The Association to Invest In the USA (IIUSA) is hosting its 2nd Annual EB-5 International Investment & Economic Development Forum in Laguna Hills, CA at the end of April (4/30-5/1). The Forum brings together international investment and economic development professionals from all over the world who together make up the global industry of the EB-5 Regional Center Program. Items on the to-do list for attendees include: touring the exhibit hall, networking, making deals, developing industry standards, and learning from experts on trending industry topics. Over 220 people attended in 2011, and IIUSA is expecting even more in 2012.

This year's world class Forum will be held in Laguna Hills, California, a beautiful area of Southern California just southwest of Los Angeles, at The Laguna Hills Hotel. The Hotel is located within driving distance of both Los Angeles International Airport (55 miles) and John Wayne Airport in Santa Ana, CA (14 miles). IIUSA conveniently scheduled the Forum in conjunction with the "IIUSA 2012 Annual Membership Meeting" (530-730 PM Sun 4/29 for IIUSA members only) and around the "USCIS Quarterly EB-5 Stakholders Meeting" at its California Service Center at 10 AM PST on Tuesday 5/1.

"IIUSA is the industry trade association of EB-5 Regional Centers dedicated to best practices and regulatory compliance so the Program can be successful on a permanent basis," said Peter D. Joseph, Executive Director, IIUSA, "We at IIUSA consider it an honor to welcome the world as partners in regional economic development, so the EB-5 Regional Center Program can continue creating American jobs at no cost to the U.S. taxpayer."

The Forum is being sponsored by three "host-city" sponsors: American Dream Fund, Inc.; CanAm Enterprises, LLC; and USA Continential Regional Center. There are additional sponsors, exhibitors, expert panels, and guest speakers also confirmed, making for a cutting edge event, focused on policy development, best practices, and trending topics. Anyone involved in the EB-5 Regional Center Program, which accounted for well over $1.2 billion in foreign direct investment in FY2011, should attend including: Regional Center Principals, Financial Advisors, Immigration Attorneys, Corporate Attorneys, Accountants, Broker/Dealers, Consultants, Economic Developers, Real Estate Professionals, Investment Bankers, Investor Representatives, Business Analysts, Investors, and Entrepreneurs.

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