The Art and Culture Center/Hollywood invites you to the eleventh anniversary of the popular Hollywood fundraiser Glam Goes Surreal. The annual bash takes place on Saturday, February 2, 2019 from 7 to 10 pm at the Center’s gallery on1650 Harrison Street, in Hollywood.
NEWS AND UPDATES ABOUT GCFRC
AND THE EB-5 INDUSTRY
The EB-5 program continues to be a hot topic for media around the world. News reports focus on the various positive aspects of the program – both as a job creation vehicle and as an opportunity for foreign nationals to obtain a green card.
As we alerted previously, the U.S. federal government shut down at the end of the day on Dec. 21, 2018. Because the EB-5 regional program was not extended, government agencies such as USCIS and the U.S. State Department will no longer be able to approve adjustment of status (green card) applications and immigrant visas based on this program until the extension is passed and signed into law.
A South Florida hotel is giving guests a way to enjoy local art, and they can do it without ever leaving their hotel rooms. Deco’s checking out the CIRC Hotel’s suite deal.
This past year gave IIUSA and the EB-5 community a challenge or two! Between Capitol Hill, the Administration, and even IIUSA’s staff changes, it seemed opportunity seldom knocked.
Downtown Hollywood’s CIRC Hotel is hosting Midnight at the Muse, a globally-inspired New Year’s Eve celebration at its vibrant rooftop bar and lounge, The Muse. Every hour from 7 p.m. to 1 a.m., Muse mixologists will serve a themed cocktail representing a nation ringing in the New Year at that moment. Guests will also enjoy specialty drinks, light bites, live music and stunning skyline views, while toasting along with England, South Africa, Brazil, Chile, Bermuda and Mexico.
The U.S. federal government shut down at the end of the day on Dec. 21, 2018, and the president did not sign into law the extension of the EB-5 program passed by the Senate. Until the shutdown ends, and the Regional Center EB-5 program extension is signed into law, no new I-526 petitions can be filed.