Investments in an EB-5 project fall under the umbrella of “securities offerings,” and are therefore subject to oversight by the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC). Under SEC rules, any entity making a securities offering must register as such, unless they meet specific criteria for exemption. And, as attorney Jor Law notes in this week’s featured article, there are signs that the SEC is beginning to crack down on noncompliant EB-5 issuers.
For a full breakdown of common exemptions — and how EB-5 issuers may run afoul of them — read the article here: “SEC Investigates Registration Violations in EB-5 Offerings”
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