The U.S. State Department has published the March 2024 Visa Bulletin. For EB-5 cases, the Chart A priority dates for the new “set aside” visa categories of rural areasContinue Reading March 2024 Chart B AOS Filings Disallowed by USCIS
USCIS has passed a rule that significantly increased filing fees for new EB-5 Petitions. The new rule impacts EB-5 cases at all stages. Effective April 1, 2024, new filing…Continue Reading USCIS Announces Significant Filing Fee Increases for EB-5 Cases
Kate will be joined…Continue Reading Feb. 7 WEBINAR | Partial EB-5 Investments Before April 1 ~$8K Fee Increase: How to Start Your EB-5 Now with Less than $800K & Lock in Lower Fees
Kate Kalmykov, co-chair of the Global Immigration & Compliance Practice at Greenberg Traurig, spoke on a panel hosted by EB5AN on some newly released USCIS guidance with respect to…Continue Reading EB5 AN Webinar: USCIS Provides Additional Guidance on Required Investment Timeframe and Terminated Regional Centers—With Klasko Immigration and GT Law
On Nov. 2., Greenberg Traurig, LLP’s Global Immigration & Compliance Practice will launch a live lunch-and-learn series on emerging trends impacting investors and employers. Immigration & Compliance, Tax, Financial…Continue Reading Starting Nov. 2, GT’s Global Immigration & Compliance Practice Presents Lunch-and-Learn Business Immigration Seminar Series
The U.S. Department of State (DOS) recently published the October 2023 visa bulletin for the start of the government’s new fiscal year (FY 2024). The October 2023 visa bulletin presents…Continue Reading October 2023 Visa Bulletin: Much-Awaited Advancements in the EB-5 Category for China
The United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) has published EB-5 program data for the second fiscal quarter of 2023. The statistics released reveal some jarring findings, particularly in regard to I-526 petitions, which show high rates of denial.
Continue Reading Why EB-5 Data Shows I-526 Petitions Have Elevated Denials