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How old are most approved regional centers?

Posted by GCBI Team on February 12, 2020

Building on a recent report, IIUSA has released another one detailing more regional center stats. Most approved regional centers currently have an age of 60-79 months; 8% have been active for more than 10 years. As of just December 2019,...

The impact of delayed I-526 processing

Posted by GCBI Team on February 6, 2020

EB-5 expert Suzanne Lazicki says longer I-526 processing increases the chance of denial due to issues like project failure. And even for investors with successful projects, longer processing can affect the outcome; this can happen when USCIS makes unofficial policy...

Harbourside Place developer Mastroianni faces new investor lawsuit

Posted by GCBI Team on February 6, 2020

Developer Nicholas Mastroianni II is facing yet another lawsuit over his Palm Beach waterfront EB5 project. The new suit alleges he wrongly converted investor capital into investments investors had no voting control of. This lawsuit is separate from, but similar...

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Navigating the new world of Target 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...

The Silent Dog Barks! – Why Corporate Governance Matters So Much to EB-5 Funds RIGHT NOW.

Posted by GCBI Team on February 6, 2020

with John Tishler - Hosted by Kurt Reuss and Rupy Cheema This conversation deals with the expanding role of corporate governance in today’s EB-5 world. EB-5 issuers will be eager...

The U.S. Green Card by investment process

Posted by GCBI Team on January 6, 2020

Overview  The EB-5 program fundamentally requires an investor to select an eligible investment that is “at risk” and one that creates 10 full-time U.S. jobs. The investment amount is  $900,000...

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Q: What does a conditional Green Card mean?

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    The conditional green card is issued after approval of the I-526 (assuming there is no backlog for visas) It is valid for two years, and means that there are conditions...

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How old are most approved regional centers?

Posted by GCBI Team on February 12, 2020

Building on a recent report, IIUSA has released another one detailing more regional center stats. Most approved regional centers currently have an age of 60-79 months; 8% have been active for more than 10 years. As of just December 2019,...

The impact of delayed I-526 processing

Posted by GCBI Team on February 6, 2020

EB-5 expert Suzanne Lazicki says longer I-526 processing increases the chance of denial due to issues like project failure. And even for investors with successful projects, longer processing can affect the outcome; this can happen when USCIS makes unofficial policy...

Harbourside Place developer Mastroianni faces new investor lawsuit

Posted by GCBI Team on February 6, 2020

Developer Nicholas Mastroianni II is facing yet another lawsuit over his Palm Beach waterfront EB5 project. The new suit alleges he wrongly converted investor capital into investments investors had no voting control of. This lawsuit is separate from, but similar...

Articles

Navigating the new world of Target 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...

The Silent Dog Barks! – Why Corporate Governance Matters So Much to EB-5 Funds RIGHT NOW.

Posted by GCBI Team on February 6, 2020

with John Tishler - Hosted by Kurt Reuss and Rupy Cheema This conversation deals with the expanding role of corporate governance in today’s EB-5 world. EB-5 issuers will be eager...

The U.S. Green Card by investment process

Posted by GCBI Team on January 6, 2020

Overview  The EB-5 program fundamentally requires an investor to select an eligible investment that is “at risk” and one that creates 10 full-time U.S. jobs. The investment amount is  $900,000...

  
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