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Tag Archives: Targeted Employment Area

Posted in Department of Homeland Security, EB-5, EB-5 Modernization Rule, EB-5 Program, Immigration Reform, TEA

On Nov. 26, 2019, a complaint for Injunctive Relief and a Temporary Restraining Order was filed by Florida EB-5 Investments, LLC against the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) challenging a Nov. 21, 2019, DHS-issued final rule amending its regulations for the EB-5 program to purportedly modernize the rules (EB–5 Immigrant Investor Program Modernization, 84 Fed…. Continue Reading

Posted in EB-5 Program, Immigrant Visa, Immigration, Targeted Employment Area

There are currently many different investment immigration programs offered by countries around the world, all of which offer their own unique benefits. Two popular programs are the EB-5 Visa Program in the United States and the Quebec Investment Immigration Program (QIIP) offered in Canada. The following comparison provides an in-depth look at the parameters of… Continue Reading

Posted in EB-5 Program, Targeted Employment Area

Introduction The Government Accountability Office wrote in its report of August 12, 2015 that 90 percent of EB-5 investments are made in Targeted Employment Areas (TEA).  Under current EB-5 law, a Targeted Employment Area is an area that qualifies for a reduced investment amount of $500,000.  To be designated a TEA, a geographic area must… Continue Reading

Posted in Non-Regional Center

Issues such as documenting the lawful source of funds and tracing from the investor to the new commercial enterprise are common in individual and regional center EB-5 petitions. However, when it comes to individual EB-5s there are many unique and complex issues that the attorney must deal with. These include determining if the investment entity… Continue Reading