EB-5 Regional Center Program Update

Webinar Recording

Live on September 15, 2021

Reasons to Watch

  • Understand the current  status of the EB-5 Immigrant Investor Visa Program via Regional Center
  • Find out the possible routes that could get the program reauthorized or extended
  • Comprehend your current position as an applicant or an aspiring applicant
  • Q&A
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Meet the Speakers


Suresh Rajan

Founder and Executive Chairman of LCR Capital Partners

Suresh Rajan started his career as a policy advisor to members of the US Congress.  After working with the government, Suresh joined McKinsey & Company and worked primarily in the areas of strategy development. At LCR, his role is to drive the expansion of LCR’s core EB-5 business into new markets, develop adjacent revenue opportunities, and provide strategic leadership across the team.


Matt Virkstis

Chief compliance officer & general counsel at LCR Capital Partners

Matt Virkstis has worked in the US Senate, including as senior counsel to the Senate Judiciary Committee. Matt assists the firm in legal and compliance matters as well as governmental affairs.

Meet the Moderator


John Baker

Chief marketing officer at LCR Capital Partners

John manages how the firm is positioned, lead generation, and marketing partnerships. Prior to LCR, John was chief marketing officer of Mirum, a 2,000-person agency he helped found inside J. Walter Thompson and WPP. John started his digital marketing career in 1995 and has held global roles based in New York and London.

EB-5 Regional Center Program Update

Sep 15, 2021 - 10AM ET | 7:30PM IST | 7AM PDT

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The EB-5 visa is based on an investment but this marketing presentation and event do not constitute an offer to sell securities.  If you are interested in seeing project investment documents, we ask you to contact LCR directly so we can confirm you are an accredited investor or the equivalent in your market. We can also then focus the conversation on your individual or family needs. And, while we will be discussing areas of immigration law, none of the conversation or Q&A can be considered legal advice.  You will need to reach out to an immigration attorney and enter a client-attorney relationship to receive legal advice.