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Congress passed a Continuing Resolution extending the EB-5 program to January 19, 2018.

Congress passed a Continuing Resolution extending the EB-5 program to January 19, 2018.

As expected, by a majority vote of 231 vs 188 in the House and a majority vote of 66 vs. 32 in the Senate, Congress passed a Continuing Resolution extending the EB-5 program to January 19, 2018. President Donald Trump signed the resolution into law yesterday on December 22.

With a month ahead of us for possible changes in the works to take effect, this might be the last chance to take advantage of the current EB-5 program. That means being able to invest in a qualified EB-5 project while taking advantage of the current minimum investment requirements at affluent jurisdictions that are still considered target employment areas.

If you are ready to move forward with this fantastic immigration program or simply want to get more information about the opportunity, please do not hesitate to call us at + 1 917 355 9251 or write to us at info@americaeb5visa.com. Posted by americaeb5visa on December 23, 2017


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