IIUSA announced on its website earlier this week that word from Congrssional offices confirming that EB-5 reform package will not be part of the omnibus. Instead the program will be extended with no reform through September 30, 2016. Assuming that the bill does pass in this weekend, people offering EB-5 investments still shouldn't relax assuming no further change until the next regional center program expiration at September next year. Congress could still pass standalone EB-5 legislation and USCIS could still come out with new policy accordingly at any time. Aaron Schock, a former congressman, predicted on 16th of December that we might not see any change on current regulations on EB-5 program till June 2016.