VTDigger.org settles with state over batch of EB-5 records

VTDigger.org settles with state over batch of EB-5 records

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In a settlement with VTDigger last week, the state of Vermont agreed to release a batch of records as part of a four-year dispute over EB-5 documents held by the Vermont Attorney General’s Office.

More than 200 pages of forms submitted by the state to the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Service from 2011 to 2018 were released to VTDigger on Friday. The 924A forms list amounts raised and job creation numbers for each of the projects at Jay Peak and other EB-5 projects under the purview of the Vermont EB-5 Regional Center.

Records from 2011 were missing from Vermont Department of Financial Regulation files. The department provided a copy from USCIS, which was heavily redacted.



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