MSA Global’s principal attorney Mona Shah was quoted by New Hampshire Business Review on the news article; Ukrainian investor sues Ragged Mountain over EB-5 investment:
When asked if a person withdrawing from the EB-5 program should automatically entitle them to a refund, she stated: “If anyone can pull out their money whenever they wish, they risk the whole project, and the jobs don’t get created. It’s not just an immigration program. It is a business deal.”
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