Our comprehensive panel topics cover every aspect of the industry, provide prime networking opportunities, and deliver essential resources to attendees so they can make informed decisions in the marketplace.
Las Vegas, NV (PRWEB) April 02, 2013
The Association to Invest In the USA (IIUSA), the national trade association for the EB-5 Regional Center Program industry, is continuing its tradition of hosting an annual international forum for the its industry. The 2013 Forum is being hosted in Las Vegas, Nevada at the Mirage Hotel from June 19-21. Over 330 people attended from all around the world last year in Laguna, California. IIUSA is expecting far more to attend this year's event, reflecting the growth and maturity of the industry of the organization and industry over the last few years.
"With an inherently international industry like ours, these large gatherings - that bring together diverse professionals from around the globe - are essential to successful outcomes for EB-5 investors and U.S. job creators," said Peter D. Joseph, IIUSA Executive Director, "Our comprehensive panel topics cover every aspect of the industry, provide prime networking opportunities, and deliver essential resources to attendees so they can make informed decisions in the marketplace."
This week, IIUSA announced its initial list of panel topics, as follows:
- IIUSA Commissioned EB-5 Regional Center Program Economic Impact Assessment/Forecast
- Updated IIUSA EB-5 Regional Center Industry Best Practices
- EB-5 Regional Center Advocacy: Comprehensive Immigration Reform Update & Details on other Available Advocacy Channels
- Successful Partnerships Between Project Developers & Regional Centers
- EB-5 & Securities Laws: Broker/Dealer Business Model, Due Diligence & Layers of Regulation
- USCIS EB-5 Training & Guidance for Adjudicators: What is Really New & What's Left Undone
- EB-5 Regional Center Terminations to Date: An Analysis
- Update on USCIS Policy & Case Processing (including Trends in I-829 RFEs/Denials in 2010-2011)
- Understanding the Exit/Entry Industry in China
- EB-5 as Part of the Capital Stack: Combining EB-5 Capital with Other Development Finance Programs
- Tenant Occupancy" and "Visitor Spending" Economic Impact Models
- Global Competition for Immigrant Investors: What is EB-5 Competing with in the Global Marketplace?
- U.S. Tax Planning & Compliance for EB-5 Investors
Future announcements will include additional panel topics, panelists, and Guests of Honor from across sectors. Limited sponsorship and exhibiting opportunities remain available and price for individual attendees increased on 5/15. Learn more at the event registration page: http://www.iiusa-lasvegas.eventbrite.com.