President Barack Obama signed the Continuing Resolution on September 29, extending the reauthorization of the EB-5 Regional Center Program through December 9.
On September 28, Senate passed a continuing resolution (CR) to fund the federal government through December 9. The provision to extend the EB-5 program is included in the short-term budget bill, which also allows the government to continue running through the November election and into December.
With the EB-5 Regional Center Program set to expire September 30, 2016, lawmakers have been working feverishly to extend the program with reforms. Reauthorization, along with those reforms, would allow for increased Program integrity and economic opportunities. EB-5 has long proved to be essential to the U.S. economy. Outlined below are several benefits of the Program.
Home to more than 150 water-related companies and startups, Milwaukee has earned its rights as a top Midwest city for tech.
The Center is back in the spotlight as it works to acquire the title of being the first office building in the world to implement the Alliance for Water Stewardship (AWS) International Water Stewardship Standard.
During the EB-5 Immigrant Investor Program Stakeholder Engagement on July 28, 2016, USCIS-IPO confirmed that there is no age limit under current immigration regulations.
The Kimpton Journeyman was proud to host the CCIM Board of Directors meeting and rooftop networking event Wednesday, August 18, 2016. Bob Kraft, Chairman and CEO of FirstPathway Partners, spoke at the event, highlighting the newly opened project.
The downtown Milwaukee region has seen a surge in hotel development in recent years. One hotel, however, FirstPathway Partners project, Milwaukee Marriott Downtown, continues to stand out in the crowd.
Officials from the Midwest Energy Research Consortium (M-WERC) came together recently in an effort to strategize opportunities to commercialize technology in some of the following areas: emerging materials and science, information and communication engineering, robotics engineering, and energy systems engineering.
Hundreds of people showed up to the hotel's grand opening celebration, sampling hors d'oeuvres and signature cocktails. A calligraphist personalized ceramic pet food bowls, paying homage to the boutique hotel's pet friendly policy. A live band played on the rooftop terrace, a popular spot for guests who enjoyed sweeping views of the Historic Third Ward and downtown Milwaukee.
The Visa Bulletin cutoff date remains unchanged for Mainland China for the month of September. This is now the third month in a row the cutoff date has remained unchanged at February 15, 2014.