EB-5 News & Updates #253 October 28 - November 04


What's the future of the EB-5 US Golden Visa?
Foreign nationals seeking to immigrate to the United States can do so by way of the EB-5 Immigrant Investor Programme, which requires an investment of $500,000 (Dh1.8 million) in a government pre-approved project in the US economy in...
Reasons why EB-5 visa is the best route for students who want to study abroad
Carrying hopes and dreams for a better tomorrow, students from across the globe aspire to learn at the world's most outstanding universities. This ambition is further driven by the want to work in geographies that offer their families a...
United States Open Its Borders For Foreign Nationals
BY: Sarah Salarano In preparation for the United States to finally opens its borders for fully vaccinated foreign nationals, the U.S. Department of State recently released list of Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)...


Project Updates
State responds to what it knew and when in Jay Peak fraud case
The State of Vermont continues to battle with lawyers representing either EB-5 investors or criminal defendants over whether authorities...


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