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Published on Oct 19, 2011
Inside Immigration is AILA Publications' latest offering, with each issue dedicated to providing insightful and practical guidance on a particular immigration practice topic. Delivered in a digital format (Adobe PDF) as an immediate download when purchased through AILA's online bookstore, Inside Immigration is a perfect way to gain quick access to practice advice from leading attorneys, policy makers, and other experts in the field. These articles are topic-specific and provide comprehensive analysis on the topics covered. Articles contain practice pointers and are written in a conversational tone rather than a philosophical discussion. They even contain links to other online documents and websites with related information.
Changes in EB-5 investor visa practice seem to have exploded in the past year-more filings of investor petitions, the establishment of 200+ designated regional centers, and the more active role taken by USCIS to engage stakeholders. In addition, many interdisciplinary issues have surfaced that must be considered when representing clients in this highly specialized area.
In light of these changes, AILA is releasing a series of monographs that provide cutting-edge analysis of these emerging issues and serve as supplements to the still-relevant information found in the hugely popular Immigration Options for Investors & Entrepreneurs.
The first release in the series-The Intersection of Securities Law and EB-5 Investor Practice-serves as a brief primer on securities law in the EB-5 context and as a practical guide for attorneys seeking to steer clear of securities law sanctions. It covers:
- SEC precedents that are likely applicable to the question of paying referral fees - Registration requirements and exemptions from registration - Disclosure rules - Potential sources of liability - Common securities law issues in the EB-5 context - Potential impact of securities violations on immigration status and more!
Avoid multi-million dollar mistakes. Familiarize yourself with securities law in EB-5 investor practice.