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Ma Zhongjun and Zeng Shoulong
Xuguang Guo, and Chongqing Association of Overseas
Consulting Service Company President Rachel Wang.
This USIIF session provided a forum for speakers and
attendees to discuss the latest issues of concern in the EB-5
community. Speakers from the U.S. spoke on two panels called
“Dialogue on EB-5 Market Development,” during which they
discussed topics such as the components of a successful EB-5
petition, how to document lawful source of funds, the differences between direct investment projects and regional center
projects, taxation issues, impacts of the pending retrogression,
SEC regulations, and recent actions taken by the SEC.
tributions to the EB-5 community, and awarding successful
agencies with the “Top 30 U.S. Investment Immigration
Agencies Awards and Outstanding Immigration and Overseas
Study Consultants Awards.”
The next session of USIIF is scheduled for October 2015 and
will be announced by EB5 Investors Magazine. To subscribe and
receive updates, simply sign up at eb5investors.com/subscribe
or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Winnie Ng is an immigration attorney and
founding associate of the firm David Hirson &
Partners, LLP, located in Newport Bea