Questioning on the rising of EB-5 fee?
As a protential EB-5 investor, i am concerning whether the EB-5 fees will rise from USD500,000 to an unknown number? If yes, can anyone tell what is the exact time? Really thx for replaying.
I don't think there's a certain date, but it's possible the investment amount increases as early as December 9th, 2016, which is the next deadline for the government to extend the EB-5 Regional Center Program.
There are still no news on what this number might be, but the next deadline is April 28th. The options are: unchanged, $800,000, $1.3M, or dismantling the program altogether (very unlikely). As of February 3rd there seems no indication yet on when and how this will happen, so we might see another kick in the can after all.
As of today, The Investment amount remains the same. There are many discussions as to increasing the amount to $800,000, $1. 3 Million among other changes to the program. We will have to wait for the deadline to see what will happen.
According to a lot of representatives in the US Congress, that figure should be above $1 million as the EB-5 program seem to be "too" popular right now.
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