The Reform Act’s “concurrent filing” rule could make your EB-5 offering more attractive to investors in the U.S. Learn how to comply with securities laws when your offering includes U.S.-based investors in the article EB-5 Concurrent Filing.
The EB-5 Reform and Integrity Act includes a provision for “concurrent filing” of EB-5 and visa applications, offering a streamlined path to permanent U.S. residency for applicants already within the U.S. on non-immigrant status. In the article entitled EB-5 Concurrent Filing, Lexcuity PC shareholder Charles Kaufman explains some of the special securities law concerns that EB-5 project sponsors must address when offering opportunities to U.S. residents who might benefit from concurrent filing in connection with an EB-5 investment. Meanwhile, Attorney Simone Williams explains the rule and assesses its advantages and disadvantages for applicants.