CLG’s Roy Carrasquillo attended the 2018 Georgia Bio Innovation Summit, the gathering of Georgia’s largest and most influential life sciences advocacy and business leadership organization which works to improve access to innovative technologies and grow Georgia’s life sciences economy.
During the Summit Roy participated in the panel “EB-5: A Unique Alternative to Traditional Funding” with Kanchana Raman (Avion Networks), Ismael Fernandez (Greengate Consulting), Beeraj Patel (KPPB) and Jay Yadav (MiRus, LLC). The panelists discussed how EB-5 financing can be used to provide funding to technology and manufacturing projects in addition to the traditional use of EB-5 funding for real estate transactions.
CLG’s EB-5 Immigrant Investor Program Services and Compliance practice is a multidisciplinary group of attorneys drawn from our Securities, Immigration and Real Estate practice areas, who provide an integrated approach for clients with matters involving the EB-5 Program Our EB-5 team has experience obtaining USCIS Regional Center designation for project pre-approvals and amendments (Form I-924) and Annual Reporting (Form I-924A). Our EB-5 immigration team also has experience centralizing and reviewing I-526 petitions for sources of funds on behalf of regional centers and/or issuers to ensure compliance with the EB-5 Program, as well as filing and reviewing I-526 and I-829 petitions on behalf of individual investors.
Caption1: Roy Carrasquillo and Ismael Fernandez (Greengate Consulting) at the MiRus LLC booth at the Georgia Bio Innovation Summit prior to the panel “EB-5: A Unique Alternative to Traditional Funding.”