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The amendment allows for an expansion of the list of entities that qualify as an accredited investor and qualified institutional buyer. In addition, there is a catch-all category for entities owning investments in excess of $5 million and that are not formed for the specific purpose of acquiring the securities being offered.
EB-5 investors are exempt from Trump’s immigration ban. EB-5 investors who are already in the U.S. have the option of adjusting status within the U.S. However, approved investors located outside the U.S. awaiting consular processing may experience delays considering the recent consulate and embassy closures.
Capital redeployment in EB-5 has been and continues to be one of the most important topics for the industry today. There is an estimated $15 billion invested into projects all over the US, that could potentially be redeployed.
While operational EB-5 projects will experience a significant reduction in revenues, those under development are reasonably expected to be stunted in their ability to meet key targets. This situation is not only dire from a business standpoint but also creates regulatory issues.
The policy is certainly beneficial for EB-5 petitioners from countries that are not in backlog. It allows the agency to adjudicate petitions where the visa is immediately available, or soon available, and countries will now be better able to use the annual per-country allocation of EB-5 visas.
As the EB-5 industry braces itself for the onslaught of a brutal Winter, efforts continue to bring an early Spring. For the first time in the history of EB-5, we are witnessing a unification of the industry, a confederacy against the common enemy.
With the ever-increasing visa backlog for certain countries, in particular China, EB-5 investors are unwillingly seeking an early withdrawal from their EB-5 project. But is an early withdrawal allowedfrom a legal and business perspective?
Congratulations, your I-526 Petition has been approved! Now what? Many investors believe that once the I-526 petition is approved, the petitioner and dependents can automatically obtain the green card or the visa to enter the U.S.
Recent trends in EB-5 investment has seen a huge interest from India especially among H-1B professionals. This is largely due to the uncertainty surrounding America’s largest guest worker visa, the H-1B. On April 6, 2018, U.S.
On March 14, 2019, Economic & Policy Resources, in conjunction with the EB-5 Investment Coalition and Invest in the USA (IIUSA), released the most comprehensive report on the economic and employment impacts of the EB-5 Program up to date.