It’s that time of the year, where the EB-5 Regional Center program is going to sunset and there is a scramble (as usual) to renew it. And it should be pointed out that this has no effect on the “original” EB-5 program, were an individual invests capital and creates 10 jobs. That will always be there.
But the Regional Center portion of the EB-5 program has always been given a life for limited periods of time, possibly because of some of the controversy and issues surrounding this program.
There are a number of competing bills summarized here: