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On March 11, 2022, the E-5 immigrant investor program was re-authorized for five years as a gateway for foreign investors, seeking permanent residency in the United States. These investors, alongside their families, gain eligibility by injecting, a specified Capital amount into a new commercial enterprise, thereby generating a minimum of 10 jobs within the US… Read More
Information for investors seeking E-2 visas following the acquisition of treaty country citizenship by investment (“CBI”) is especially relevant in light of the changes in the EB-5 program post-November 20, 2019. This article will highlight country options available for those investors whose country (e.g. China, India, Vietnam, and others) does not have E-2 visa availability,… Read More
When the investor’s EB-5 petition has been approved, but there has been fraud or misappropriation of funds by the regional center, NCE or project, the investor retains their priority date. Where there is fraud by the investor resulting in the approval of an EB-5 petition, the priority date is not retained. If there is a… Read More
A federal appeals court in Washington has ruled that U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) unreasonably denied a group of investors’ petitions for EB-5 visas on the basis that their investment didn’t comply with the rules of the program.
The new EB-5 regulations came into effect on November 21, 2019, and several amendments have been introduced to the program. Established in 1990 by the Immigration Act of 1990, the EB-5 Immigrant Investor Visa Program allows eligible, foreign investors to become lawful permanent residents by investing at least $900,000 to finance a business in the… Read More