SEC charges law firm with EB-5 fraud scheme
The SEC is accusing an San Jose law firm of running a fraudulent EB-5 scheme.
The attorneys allegedly secured more than $10M in undisclosed commissions, the latest stain on the green card program
The federal government has charged a Northern California law firm with running a fraudulent EB-5 scheme that generated more than $10 million in commission fees from foreign investors.
- The Real Deal
- UNITED STATES SECURITIES AND EXCHANGE COMMISSION
- Jean D. Chen
- Law Offices of Jean D. Chen
- UNITED STATES SECURITIES AND EXCHANGE COMMISSION vs Law Offices of Jean D. Chen & Jean D. Chen & Golden State Regional Center
- Chinese investors & Investors from the United Kingdom vs Vermont EB5 Regional Center & Vermont Agency of Commerce and Community Development RC & Brent Raymond
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