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【ARCFE News】 USCIS RELEASED DRAFT VERSION OF I-956K FOR BROKER REGISTRATION

USCIS published a draft version of Form I-956K “Registration for Direct and Third-Party Promoters” on the federal registry along with its filing instructions. According to the EB-5 Reform and Integrity Act of 2022 (“RIA”), all direct and third-party promoters must be registered with the USCIS.

There is no fee associated with filing Form I-956K. Promoters do not need to wait until their I-956K gets approved before they begin any promotional activities. Copies of written agreements between the Regional Center and the promoter are not required to be included in the I-956K filing. However, they may be requested by USCIS later. Any changes reflected on the written agreements must be disclosed to USCIS through an additional filing of Form I-956K.

This form is pending USCIS’ final approval. We will keep you updated when USCIS finalizes and publishes the official form on their website.

ARCFE valued partners are welcome to contact us to get professional assistance from experienced attorneys in filing their I-956K.

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