Two years after USCIS last published changes to their Policy Manual regarding EB-5 fund redeployment requirements, many questions still remain unanswered, and EB-5 issuers have largely been left to navigate the redeployment space on a “best efforts” basis.
But this doesn’t always work out — in fact, in the last two years, litigation against NCEs as a result of the selection and/or approval process of a reinvestment has only become more common.
In this week’s featured article, attorney Cathy Holmes (Jeffer Mangels Butler & Mitchell LLP) describes some of the questions that arise in connection with redeployment decisions, offers thoughts on how sponsors may address the inherent risks of the redeployment process, and discusses litigation risks to EB-5 sponsors.
Click here to read the article: “Redeployment Raises Questions and Increases Litigation Risks to EB-5 Sponsors”
The EB-5 Redeployment Marketplace
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The EB-5 Redeployment Marketplace is a first-of-its-kind platform built to connect qualified NCE investors, high-quality investment opportunities and top-tier redeployment service providers. It’s designed to fast-track redeployment of EB-5 investment capital while following industry best practices.
The Marketplace offers both single-asset and pooled-asset investments, as well as the option to reinvest EB-5 capital back into one of your own projects.
For more information, visit EB5redeploy.com.