With gridlock in Washington and increasing allegations of fraud in the courts, the federal visa program is facing a new threat — its inability to clean up
As migrant children lay separated from their parents in detention centers in south Texas, the Senate Judiciary Committee met in Washington in mid-June to discuss the EB-5 visa program, which gives foreign investors a path to U.S. citizenship if they commit at least $500,000 to job-creating enterprises.
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