Investor Claiming Phony EB-5 Project Settles $1.5M Suit
A Chinese investor who was allegedly defrauded of $1.5 million as part of an investment scheme exploiting her desire to obtain U.S. residency through U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services’ EB-5 visa program settled her suit Thursday.
Sophie Harrison, Shengrun International Industry Group Inc. and Sino-USA Entrepreneur Association Inc. have agreed to pay Shuting Kang $530,000 and an additional 3.7 million RMB ($573,000) to resolve claims that they bilked her out of $1.5 million, according to Brian Y. Lee, who represents Harrison and the two companies.
- Chinese investors vs Sophie Harrison, Shengrun International Industry Group, Inc. and SINO-USA Entrepreneur Association, Inc.
- New York
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