Chinese investors vs California Investment Immigration Fund (CIIF) & Victoria Chan

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Tian Li, Yan Sheng Yang, Jun Jie Zeng


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California Investment Immigration Fund (CIIF)

Victoria Chan

Tat Chan, Zheng Chan, Zeng Fang

Filing Date:March 01, 2018

Case:Chinese investors vs Victoria Chan, Tat Chan, and California Investment Immigration Fund LLC

Jurisdiction:Federal District Court for the Central District of California


Civil / Criminal:Civil

Cause(s) of Action:




Securities Violations


A trio of Chinese investors is suing a California family - attorney Victoria Chan, her father Tat Chan, and mother Zheng Chan, along with Zeng Fang, who ran an entity called the California Investment Immigration Fund LLC, that operated as EB-5 visa intermediaries, accusing them of stealing more than $1.5 million. The three plaintiffs are Tian Li, Yan Sheng Yang, and Jun Jie Zeng. All three live in China. They claim that in 2011 they gave the Chans more than $500,000 each for EB-5 program investments, along with thousands more in fees the defendants allegedly charged, the suit said.

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