Las Vegas, Nevada – EB5 Investors Magazine and EB5Investors.com proudly present the Second Annual Las Vegas EB-5 Conference, featuring advanced and beginner level panels led by highly experienced regional centers, attorneys, and a Q & A session on the EB-5 program with Congressman Jared Polis. Migration agents, attorneys, developers, regional centers and all EB-5 stakeholders are encouraged to attend this efficient, one-day EB-5 conference.
Making its return visit to Las Vegas, Nevada, the 2015 Las Vegas EB-5 conference will take place at the luxurious Wynn Encore Resort on Saturday, January 17. Congressman Jared Polis, a leading advocate for passing legislation that will permanently reauthorize the EB-5 regional center pilot program, will once again join us as keynote speaker. Like past events, the conference is an ideal platform for interested parties to learn about the processes of financing a project with EB-5 capital, applying for an EB-5 visa, and partnering with established EB-5 professionals to successfully participate in the EB-5 program.
As the inaugural EB-5 conference of 2015, the Las Vegas EB-5 Conference is a great opportunity for attendees to gain exposure in the EB-5 community. The conference has additionally been approved for CLE credit, and therefore attorneys in attendance can earn up to nine hours of credit. Sign up for the event before November 30 and enjoy our Early Bird Registration discount rates – this conference will sell out!
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