Changes to U.S.’s EB-5 Program Could Shift Money to Rural Areas

Changes to U.S.’s EB-5 Program Could Shift Money to Rural Areas

Another Reason to Consider CN EB-5 acumen. EB-5 may shift to rural areas and the large metropolitan projects after Nov 21 possibly may go away. The result of the changes, which will be implemented Nov. 21, will be substantially fewer qualified EB-5 projects in large investment hubs like Manhattan. This will be a windfall for projects in rural areas which was undeserved. With Korean investor base this is good timing since this pool has qualified investors . Another good reason to consider CN Global insight with South Korean associates for EB-5 funded projects. Wait times are normal at 2.4 years. Demand is on the rise, as Korean people are trying to join in. CN Global has its roots in South Korea.  Read more: https://www.barrons.com/articles/changes-to-u-s-s-eb-5-program-could-shift-money-to-rural-areas-01564064517  hashtag#seoul hashtag#consider hashtag#people hashtag#cn hashtag#korean hashtag#business hashtag#investment hashtag#visas hashtag#EB5 hashtag#immigration hashtag#funding hashtag#startups


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