The November 13th, 2015 terrorist attacks in Paris have spurred the U.S. Government to re-examine the ease of access into the United States through the Visa Waiver Program. This evaluation has been predominantly due to concerns that a terrorist with nationality from a VWP partner country could..
The bipartisan proposed EB-5 reform draft aimed at addressing fraud and national security concerns has trade groups and investors alike concerned about the future of the invest-for-visa program against the December 11 2015 program expiration. Here are the Big 3 Concerns:
The Popular EB-5 program faces upheaval if recently proposed legislation takes affect in 2016. The draft language would increase the TEA investment requirement to $800,000 and non-TEA projects to $1.2 Million. Currently, projects in Target Employment Areas (TEAs), or areas with at least 150 percent..