Peter Bibler

Top 9 Things to Know about Behring Regional Centers EB-5 Lawsuit Victory

Behring's lawsuit scored a victory as the Court issued a preliminary injunction ordering EB-5's immediate start. Below is the top 9 things you need to know. Also, Register for Behring’s Webinar on Monday, June 27th at 4pm Pacific, Discussing the Ruling. Replay will be available to registrants. Register Now 1. I-526 petitions can be filed now, and ...

Behring Wins Preliminary Injunction Against USCIS

Today, the court issued its decision today in Behring Regional Center’s current lawsuit seeking a preliminary injunction to stop USCIS from deauthorizing EB-5 Regional Centers. The court held that “Behring has made an exceedingly strong showing that the agency violated the APA. USCIS was almost certainly wrong in assuming that the Integrity Act affirmatively deauthorized existing

USCIS Surprises Behring with I-924 Exemplar Approval for BRC’s Legacy Fund

Another surprise emerged from Behring’s current lawsuit to stop USCIS’s deauthorization of EB-5 regional centers. Unbeknownst to Behring Regional Center, USCIS approved the I-924 exemplar for Behring’s Legacy Fund on April 1, 2021. Neither Behring Regional Center nor its counsel received notice of the I-924 exemplar approval. Behring investors already received I-526 approval for Behring’s

2nd Hearing Update: USCIS “May Have Committed Legal Error”

Yesterday, Behring Regional Center had its second hearing before the US District Court for the Northern District of California in its third lawsuit against USCIS. The hearing was scheduled after the Judge Chhabria requested both parties to file supplemental briefs to address further the question whether Congress intended to cancel the existing Regional Center Program ...

Congress Members Send Blunt Letter Asserting USCIS is Wrong

One day before Behring’s second hearing in its lawsuit to stop deauthorization, three members of Congress issued a bipartisan letter to USCIS. House representatives Dwight Evans and Brian Fitzpatrick of Pennsylvania and Tom O’Halleran of Arizona told USCIS that its recent actions to deauthorize all existing regional centers disregards Congress’s intent when it passed the ...

Court Schedules New Hearing in Behring’s Case Against USCIS

The court scheduled a second hearing in Behring’s preliminary injunction lawsuit against USCIS’s recent deauthorization of regional centers. The hearing is set for Thursday, June 2nd at 12:30pm. The court specifically requested that USCIS address the relevance of Senator Grassley’s statements made about the RIA. Watch his statement here. Behring holds that Grassley’s statements have no bearing on

Behring Investor Secures I-485 Approval Following Mandamus Action

Today, one of Behring’s investors successfully obtained approval of his I-485 application for adjustment of status after USCIS agreed to settle a pending writ of mandamus action against USCIS in federal court. Behring’s investor filed for adjustment to obtain the conditional green card in spring 2020. In 2021, when USCIS still had not adjudicated his ...

FAQ on Behring’s 2022 USCIS Lawsuit

Last June, Behring won a landmark lawsuit against USCIS, vacating the 2019 EB5 Modernization Rule. This Rule created increased risk and uncertainty to make the Program unworkable. After its implementation, new filings dropped by 99%. On June 22, 2021, the federal court agreed with Behring that the 2019 Rule was unlawfully implemented by acting officials