REGIONAL CENTER AND PROJECT REPRESENTATION 2017-10-04T15:44:33+00:00

EB-5 REGIONAL CENTER AND PROJECT REPRESENTATION

Miller Mayer has secured approval of hundreds of regional center designations, amendments, and exemplar project filings.  We have represented regional centers, developers, and funds in EB-5 projects across economic sectors including commercial real estate, infrastructure, hospitality, healthcare, entertainment, gaming, energy and manufacturing.   Our EB-5 clients have developed projects throughout the United States including in New York, Pennsylvania, Vermont, California, Texas, Maryland, North Dakota, Nevada, Ohio, Florida, and Colorado.

Miller Mayer provides comprehensive and nuanced advice in project structuring.  We have counseled clients using traditional financing structures as well as innovative structures tailored to diverse assets and industries. Moreover, our expertise allows clients to maintain an upper hand even when challenges arise.  We advise clients through project change, restructure, delay and management changes based on mastery of governing law and close tracking of USCIS adjudication trends.  Our clients succeed because they are prepared.

Maintaining USCIS approvals and designations is an integral part of Miller Mayer’s client service.  Ongoing compliance advice informed by legislative proposals and evolving USCIS policy is a key benefit for our clients throughout the lengthy lifecycle of EB-5 projects and investor cases.

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For more information, please see the following resources and contact us to discuss your EB-5 project or investment:
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October 11, 2017

FY2017 I-924A Annual Filing Reminder

Reminder!  Form I-924A is a required annual filing to certify and demonstrate a regional center’s continued eligibility for its regional center designation.  For fiscal year 2017, all regional centers must file a Form I-924A with USCIS...

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