In EB-5 Rule Feedback, Higher Investments Spark Outcry

By Allissa Wickham (April 20, 2017, 7:28 PM EDT) -- In recent feedback on potential reforms, the U.S. government got an earful against a proposal to raise the minimum contributions for the EB-5 immigrant investor program along with suggestions on ways to improve the program's regional center aspect. 

The comments, due by April 11, were submitted for a pair of notices aimed at updating key portions of the EB-5 visa program, notices that were rolled out roughly a week before former President Barack Obama left office. The potential changes represent yet another variable in the evolving EB-5 landscape as its regional center program, which helps investors pool funds for specific projects,...

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