Following Block of China Visas: EB-5 Updates, Visas Spread

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Significant growth of the EB-5 program can be attributed to the contributions of Chinese investors throughout recent years. However, downturns in the Chinese economy over the last year have led to many reductions in the number of EB-5 visas issued to Chinese investors. Furthermore, the issuances of EB-5 visas to Chinese investors has stopped, as explained by Parisa Karaahmet. Take a look at some of the most recent EB-5 updates on where the EB-5 program’s greatest influence will expand beyond China. Read more

How an EB-5 Attorney Can Help With the Changing Immigration System

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Recent executive action in an attempt to improve the immigration process in the United States is leading to possible changes in the steps taken to receive an EB-5 Visa. The ever changing landscape of laws and regulations can make the process seem overwhelming when applying for a visa. The following information describes the government’s steps to improve the nation’s immigration process, how this will affect obtaining an EB-5 Visa, and the importance of consulting with an experienced EB-5 attorney. Read more

EB-5 Attorneys Can Look Forward to EB-5 Growth in the New Year

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Following the recession of 2008, investments in the US economy appeared scarce and of little concern to domestic financial institutions. However, the EB-5 program, supported by EB-5 attorneys, has made a stark impact on the US economy through foreign direct investments, or FDIs. Recent findings by the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services, or USCIS, exemplifies this pattern, asserts Nicole Marlene. Read more

Lessons EB-5 Attorneys Can Learn From Securities Litigation

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The EB-5 Immigrant Investor Program helps to secure the growth of the US economy. Unfortunately, some project managers or issuers have taken advantage of the program by defrauding immigrant investors. When an issuer has failed to disclose material facts in an EB-5 offering, the investor may be able to retain remuneration under supervision by the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), including suing the issuer, the project, and other individuals involved with the EB-5 offering. Read more