Comment: Videos on New EB5 Reg

ILW has launched a YouTube channel to cover the latest developments on the new EB5 Regulation. Subscribe to ILW YouTube channel so you don't miss a single video as it is published.

Current Videos:

· Legislative update in August: Legislative Update Mid-August

· ILW EB5 Roundtable assembled by noted immigration attorney, EB5 guru, Angelo Paparelli: ILW EB5 Roundtable – New Reg Analyzed

· Highlight moments of ILW EB5 Expos in US West: ILW H1B to EB5 Expos – US Westcoast

· Highlight moments of ILW EB5 Expos in US Central: ILW H1B to EB5 Expos – US Central

· Highlight moments of ILW EB5 Expos in US East: ILW H1B to EB5 Expos – US Eastcoast

· Overview of the new EB5 Reg: The EB5 New Regulation is Coming

· Quick summary of what is Expected in New Regulation: Highlights of EB5 New Regulation

· Can Congress Rescue EB5: Can Congress Rescue EB5

We will be releasing new videos to keep the EB5 industry informed with commentary and news. The best way to remain on the top of the fast moving developments is by Subscribing to ILW YouTube channel here .

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