Targeted Employment Area

The new Form I-956 and I-956 H contain a series of certifications and detailed personal information requirements with respect to the integrity and backgrounds of the owners, operators, and officers
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As discussed on this blog previously, a lawsuit challenging certain EB-5 regulations was successful on June 22, as Magistrate Judge Jacqueline Scott Corley of the U.S. District Court for
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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
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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,
Continue Reading Targeted Employment Area Policy Can Maximize EB-5 Job Creation: An Analysis of Current Legislative Proposals

On October 1st many U.S. Embassy and Consulates overseas, as well as the National Visa Center stopped processing EB-5 based immigrant visa petitions for regional centers due to a mistake
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