Vietnamese EB-5 investors allege their investment in hotel outside Disney World was improperly returned — after program changes raised minimum amounts

  • Written by GCBI Team Posted on April 16, 2021 | Updated on April 16, 2021 | 1 min read

Three Vietnamese nationals claim that their EB-5 investment, in a Marriott Hotel near Disney World, was improperly returned, and thus cost them their Green Cards. The investor capital was apparently returned in February 2020 because the source of funds couldn’t be verified; the investors were asked for a resubmission of paperwork and a new wire transfer. However, by this time, the EB-5 minimum investment increased to $900,000 and the investors claim they “lost an opportunity.”

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