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Victor T. Shum, Esq.

CEO of the Advantage America EB-5 Group

Victor  Shum, Esq.

Victor Shum is the CEO of the Advantage America EB-5 Group, which manages the USCIS-approved Advantage America California Regional Center, Advantage America New York Regional Center, and an expanding portfolio of regional centers across the U.S. Previously a corporate and securities partner at the law firm of Jeffer Mangels Butler & Mitchell LLP, he is experienced in advising clients on cross-border transactions with China and representing high-net worth individuals, real estate developers, banks, and USCIS regional centers with the EB-5 immigrant investor visa program. Contact Victor at [email protected] or +1.510.808.7466.

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EB-5 Regional Centers and Sponsors: U.S. Investment Advisers Act Requirements

This article is the fourth in a series of articles on how EB-5 regional centers and sponsors can evaluate broker-dealer, investment company and investment adviser registration requirements under U.S. securities laws.

EB-5 Regional Centers: Registration requirements and exemptions under the Investment Company Act |

How EB-5 Regional Centers and Sponsors Can Evaluate Broker-Dealer, Investment Company and Investment Adviser Registration Requirements under U.S. Securities Laws

Securities broker-dealer registration requirements and hiring U.S. and Non-U.S. brokers

How EB-5 Regional Centers and Sponsors Can Evaluate Broker-Dealer, Investment Company and Investment Adviser Registration Requirements under U.S. Securities Laws

EB-5 offerings do not fit standard SEC registration requirements - By Catherine DeBono Holmes, Esq. and Victor Shum, Esq.

This article is the first in a series of articles on how EB-5 regional centers and sponsors can evaluate broker-dealer, investment company and investment adviser registration requirements under U.S. securities laws.
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