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In a recent Law360 article, Jennifer Hermansky, shareholder in Greenberg Traurig’s Philadelphia office, provides insight on how attorneys can prepare clients for unannounced site visits and questions from the government
Continue Reading Greenberg Traurig’s Jennifer Hermansky Featured in Law360 Article on Rising EB-5 Compliance Checks

As previously blogged (see EB-5 Regulations Published for Public Inspection), the EB-5 regulations have been published as of July 24, 2019, as final, to take effect Nov. 21,
Continue Reading EB-5 Regulations Summary

After years of delay the Obama-era EB-5 immigration regulations were published on July 24, 2019. You can find a copy of the regulations at this link. You can also
Continue Reading New EB-5 Regulations: Winners and Losers

After more than two and a half years, Obama-era EB-5 immigration regulations are set to be published on July 24, 2019, with an effective date 120 days after publication or
Continue Reading EB-5 Regulations Published for Public Inspection

Today, OMB posted that they have concluded their review of the Obama-era EB-5 regulations. On Jan. 13, 2017, the Department of Homeland Security published a notice of proposed rulemaking to
Continue Reading OMB Completes Review of Obama-Era EB-5 Regulations

Former Virginia Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli has been appointed acting director of USCIS, replacing Acting Director Koumans. Director Koumans replaced Director Cissna on June 3 as acting director.

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Continue Reading New Leadership at USCIS; Former VA AG Ken Cuccinelli Named Acting Director

After 35 days of closure, with multiple House bills debated and passed, and Senate bills debated, President Trump called a press conference the afternoon of Jan. 25 relating to ending
Continue Reading UPDATE: Government Lapse of Appropriations and Shutdown Status

On Jan. 3, 2019, the 115th Congress gaveled to a close, and the newly composed 116th Congress, with the House under control of a Democrat majority and the Senate continuing
Continue Reading New Congress Formed; House Passes Package of Legislation to Open Government and Re-Start Critical Programs Such as EB-5