NY Firm Accused Of Misrepresenting EB-5 Visa Investment

By Kevin Penton (January 24, 2019, 5:40 PM EST) -- A New York law firm focused on corporate immigration misrepresented its association with an EB-5 visa program development project it steered a Chinese man to invest in, the investor has asserted in New York state court.

Wei Ding Fan asked the New York Supreme Court on Wednesday to order Mona Shah & Associates PLLC to pay him back the $550,000 he invested in the project plus other damages and expenses, after he allegedly failed to secure the legal permanent residency that he sought through the EB-5 program within the time frame that the firm promised, according to the complaint.

Fan alleges...

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