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Q: What should I look for in a good immigration attorney?

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    Experience, ethics, honesty, and reasonable legal fees. It will be important to have an EB-5 expert that has dedicated experience in all aspects of the EB-5 Program: experience in filing...


Why has I-526 processing decreased from 2018 to 2019? Let us count the ways

Posted by GCBI Team on April 1, 2020

EB-5 expert Suzanne Lazicki has compiled a list of official statements explaining the I-526 processing slowdown that suddenly happened in FY 2019. The many reasons include complying with court orders due to increased litigation, temporary reassignment of staff, training, the...

4 ways to address the big problem of the EB-5 backlog

Posted by GCBI Team on March 25, 2020

With Congress having had multiple recent EB-5 bills introduced, one aspect of the program stands out as a major issue: the backlog caused by oversubscribed countries. NES Financial writes about four solutions to this issue: the Modernization regulation may help...

USCIS publishes EB-5 modernization Q&A with new TEA guidance

Posted by GCBI Team on March 18, 2020

USCIS has published online a question-and-answer document addressing some changes to the EB-5 program including priority date retention, Targeted Employment Areas, and removal of conditions on permanent residence. EB-5 expert Suzanne Lazicki points out that some of this TEA guidance...


When patience is no longer a virtue: Mandamus filing as a solution for pending EB-5 applications

Posted by GCBI Team on February 26, 2020

Featuring special guest Immigration lawyer Martin Lawler, – Hosted by Kurt Reuss and Rupy Cheema Special guest is Martin Lawler, one of the leading immigration lawyers in the U.S. With over 30 years...

Wired for success: Are investments in tech companies suitable for EB-5?

Posted by GCBI Team on February 19, 2020

Featuring special guest veteran securities lawyer Clem G. Turner – Hosted by Kurt Reuss and Rupy Cheema Special guest is Clem Turner, a corporate and securities lawyer who heads the...

Navigating the new world of Targeted Employment Areas (TEAs)

Posted by GCBI Team on February 13, 2020

Featuring special guest economist Michael Kester – Hosted by Kurt Reuss and Rupy Cheema Special guest is Michael Kester, partner and lead economist of Impact DataSource, a Texas-based consulting firm that is a...


Changes to the Minimum EB-5 Investment Amount?

Posted by GCBI Team on August 21, 2019

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