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From the very beginning, a year-round farmers market was envisioned to occupy the ground floor of the six-story apartments at 2900 Grand Ave. Those plans were delayed with the legal troubles of now imprisoned developer Lobsang Dargey. Th...
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Vermont Business Magazine Attorney General TJ Donovan has asked the Lamoille Superior Court to dismiss a lawsuit brought by five EB-5 investors against the State of Vermont and 10 current and former state employees. Plaintiffs allege that they...
Rendering of the Nordstrom flagship store and its main entrance on 57th Street Banks are wary they can’t sell debt before holiday sales season The Nordstrom family is scurrying to come up with more equity to take the retailer private as ...
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A De Pere businessman who defrauded a local bank has reached a plea agreement with federal prosecutors. A federal grand jury indicted Ron Van Den Heuvel on 19 counts, alleging that he took part in a scheme to defraud Horicon Bank. As part o...
Michael Goldberg, the court-appointed receiver in the EB-5 fraud case, speaks at a Statehouse news conference Thursday. Ten people have become the first defrauded EB-5 investors in the Jay Peak Resort projects to obtain permanent U.S. resid...
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Michael Goldberg explains a settlement with the financial firm Raymond James which will pay contractors and investors owed money in the Jay Peak and Burke Mountain EB-5 projects at the Statehouse in Montpelier on Thursday, April 13, 2017.  ...
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The Hotel Jay is the signature project of the Jay Peak Resort expansion. The developers used EB-5 immigrant investor money to build the five-story hotel. An investor alleges that the fifth floor was double-sold to two sets of investors.  Go...

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Shilan Zhao, former wife of fugitive Chinese official Jianjun Qiao, pleaded guilty earlier this year to charges by the U.S. government of conspiring to commit immigration fraud related to the EB5 “investor” visa program. Zhao agreed to forf...
“Documentation, documentation, documentation.” That is a standard axiom of well-run businesses. Operations auditors will tell you, “If it isn’t documented, it never happened.” When you search for a Chinese Agency, you will want to have document...
The whole point of seeking the cooperation of EB-5 Agencies is to harness the potential of their established market area.High net worth individuals tend to gravitate toward and live in or near major cities, because that is where they will find the...
As a group, immigration Agencies in China suffer from what Immigration Daily calls “a notorious reputation.” Many investors, most of whom do not speak English, have been defrauded by unscrupulous Chinese businessmen. Some businessmen have opened m...
When an EB-5 Regional Center decides to promote its EB-5 project in Mainland China, it needs to contact an EB-5 Agency in China. In this section, we will explain why that is necessary. Basically, an EB-5 Regional Center has two options. It may ...
When you set aside the primary reason for the EB-5 program, which is to expedite immigration into the U.S. for willing investors, and the accompanying piles of paperwork required to achieve that objective, the rest is all about money. Everyone who...
As a group, immigration Agencies in China suffer from what Immigration Daily calls “a notorious reputation.” Many investors, most of whom do not speak English, have been defrauded by unscrupulous Chinese businessmen. Some businessmen have opene...
When an EB-5 Regional Center decides to promote its EB-5 project in Mainland China, it needs to contact an EB-5 Agency in China. In this section, we will explain why that is necessary. Basically, an EB-5 Regional Center has two options. It may ...
By now you may have figured out that EB-5 Agencies in China are a bit like the Cuba Gooding character in the film Jerry McGuire. They tend to have one thing on their mind: “Show me the money.” CAUTION: The unfortunate situation is that EB...
“Toto, we’re Not in Kansas Anymore” “Toto, we’re Not in Kansas Anymore” Indeed, when you visit China on business, it is not like a trip to Topeka, so you will need to do your homework, especially when organizing a meeting. Where you meet is ...
The EB-5 business in Mainland China has become highly competitive, particularly in the last decade because of the growing number of U.S. Regional Centers and immigration lawyers attempting to gain a piece of the pie. Therefore, it’s impor...
“Documentation, documentation, documentation.” That is a standard axiom of well-run businesses. Operations auditors will tell you, “If it isn’t documented, it never happened.” When you search for a Chinese Agency, you will want to have document...
I suppose that I could have named this chapter “Presenting the Right Client to the Right Project.” Either title works, but I feel strongly that, although you are probably involved in promoting an EB-5 project, nevertheless, the client is more impo...
I’m going to get right to the point in this section by stating the single, most compelling reason for your EB-5 project, instead of building a case before I make my point.   THE COMPELLING REASON FOR ANY CHINESE PERSON TO INVEST IN ANY EB-5 ...
The rules for EB-5 investment are the same for everyone. The more investors become aware of the opportunity, and the more opportunities become available, the more you will need to distinguish your opportunities from projects offered by your compet...
Many people don’t like to reveal their personal details to strangers, and this is especially true of wealthy and famous people. Being inquisitive about the personal and family life of a Chinese student in the U.S. may annoy them. An EB-5 project p...
Other than having a presentation with complete documentation (which you already know you must have), there are several other critical points you must understand before you can successfully approach Chinese students with proposals for your EB-5 pro...
Perhaps the best place to begin is by explaining the nature of the EB-5 program to the student. It is likely that he or she is not even aware of the program. Even if he is aware, he may have only a superficial knowledge. Begin by providing a br...
Trying to make contact with mainland Chinese by telephone is difficult unless you already have a networking source of some kind in Mainland China, such as an EB-5 Agency. Even then, many Chinese businessmen may prefer not to conduct serious busine...
Over the past two decades, the number of Chinese students seeking higher educational opportunities in the United States has been rising steadily. This is attributed to the quality of education and internship opportunities available in the U.S. An ...

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