America EB-5 Visa aims to connect: International investors aiming to immigrate to the United States while making a meaningful financial contribution in the form of an investment, typically on a real estate project with seekers of these investments.
International investors who aim to immigrate to the United States while making a meaningful financial contribution, typically in the form of a real estate investment.
EB-5 issuers, typically real estate developers, looking into EB-5 as an alternate funding method for their projects.
While no investment comes with zero risk, our professionals carefully evaluate both the investment projects and the qualifications of prospective investors.
It Seems like EB-5 Investor Visa will get another clean extension until September 30, 2018!!!
As you all know, the EB-5 current investment amount is $500,000 in a targeted employment areas, but we have been experiencing quite a bit of uncertainty about this amount for well over a number of years now.
The window of opportunity to invest at the $ 500,000 level is tightening. Congress extended the current law to February 8, 2018 with no changes!
Yes! This time it really is! Trust us and act now if you don’t want to get caught up having to invest $ 1,800,000 for the same exact project. Why do we think that this time it might actually happen? For a number of reasons.
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.
Congress extended “again” the current law to December 22, 2017 with no changes!
Congress is currently debating a number of issues related to EB-5. Our hope is that these issues will all be clarified once the long awaited amendments are made and the new comprehensive immigration law is enacted.
Congress extended the current law to December 8, 2017 with no changes!
On Friday August 8th, President Trump signed H.R. 601 that will provide funding for the federal government and extend the EB-5 Regional Center Program until December 8th and the Congress approved the bill with no changes.
September 30 deadline is approaching!
Did you know?
Did you know that we have less than two months left for the September 30, 2017 deadline? What is expected to happen if and when the current EB-5 law changes? Let us quickly analyze!
Safe until at least September 30, 2017!
Yesterday, we reported that Congress passed a continuing resolution to extend federal funding of all aspects of government until May 5th. Today, they agreed to continue funding government projects through September 30 of this year. As part of this bipartisan omnibus spending bill, Congress has granted an extension of the EB-5 Regional Center Program.
On April 28, 2017, Congress passed a continuing resolution to extend federal funding of all aspects of government until May 5th. Part of this decision means that deliberation on the future of the EB-5 program, which was set to occur on April 28th, is now extended another week.
On April 7, 2017, USCIS announced that the H-1B quota for fiscal year 2018 has been met for both the regular and Master’s caps.
The U.S. Department of State has recently released EB-5 visa statistics for Fiscal Year 2016.
On December 6th 2016, U.S. Congress passed the Continuing Resolution (CR) legislation.
Did you know that on November 18th, The Real Deal hosted a panel of EB-5 experts in Shanghai, who announced that the EB-5 program will likely continue to thrive under President Elect Donald Trump? “His strong stance [is] against illegal immigration,” former New York Gov. George Pataki said.
Did you know that on September 28, as widely expected the Senate approved continuing resolution to fund the Federal Government through December 9th.
Did you know that the EB-5 (employment based Green Card program) might have some changes after September 30.
that non-US citizens seeking to obtain a green card in order to be able to live and work in the United States can do so by applying for an EB-5 visa as long as they qualify to be an accredited investor.