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Category Archives: EB-5 Bill

An Overview of the New EB-5 Immigrant Investor Rules

The EB-5 immigrant investor program was created by Congress in 1990 to help facilitate additional investment in the United States — particularly into rural areas and high unemployment areas. Through the EB-5 program, immigrant investors may be eligible to obtain a green card for themselves and their immediate family members by making a substantial, job-supporting... READ MORE

Understanding the Proposed EB-5 Regulations

The EB-5 immigrant investor program offers foreigners an opportunity to obtain permanent legal status within the United States for both themselves and their immediate family members. Under the program, a person can get a create card if they make a sufficiently large investment in a qualifying project. This program has broad bipartisan support and it... READ MORE

A New EB-5 Bill

In September, Republican Bob Goodlatte, the Chairmen of the House Judiciary Committee, introduced H.R. 5992. This bill, which also has cross-party support, proposes some important reforms to the EB-5 program. The EB-5 program is an immigrant investor program that gives investors and their immediate family members an opportunity to obtain green cards if a qualifying... READ MORE