Even though no country can possibly compete with the number of EB-5 visas issued to Chinese citizens, political and economic instability in Russia during the past few years is causing many affluent Russians to ....
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EB5 Investors Magazine serves as a companion to EB5Investors.com and strives to deliver compelling and comprehensive articles and information for everything EB-5 related. EB5 Investors magazine provides a platform for skilled EB-5 professionals to discuss pressing matters and keep readers up to date on the constantly changing laws and legislation pertaining to EB-5. Each of the publication’s articles is peer-reviewed and provides high-quality objective analysis to an audience of attorneys, EB-5 regional centers, migration agents, wealth managers, and EB-5 service providers.
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In a field filled with a plethora of information and terms, EB5 Investors Magazine hopes to clarify some of the most common questions and concerns by delivering concise and informative articles written by a variety of leaders in the EB-5 field. Each article has undergone a selective review process to ensure that only the best are published. The publication caters to both highly trained experts in the EB-5 community looking to expand their knowledge and readers who are new to the program seeking to understand the basics.
EB5 Investors Magazine covers a wide range of topics, such as EB-5 program requirements, the impact of EB-5 investors on the U.S. economy, how new laws will affect EB-5, etc. The publication hopes to make the EB-5 program accessible to people looking to achieve their dreams of coming to the United States and provide a forum for EB-5 professionals to share their expertise. EB5 Investors Magazine serves as a tool to empower voices in the EB-5 community and help the program fulfill its potential.
Articles from our Latest Issue
EB-5 stakeholders often have a limited understanding regarding legal options for correcting an I-526 denial. This article presents options for investors faced with an I-526 denial and strategic considerations ....
We understand how busy regional center operators are and that it’s difficult to find the time to implement a new system that replaces their spreadsheets and linked files. It will never be an ideal time to imp....
This article offers a brief overview of the immigrant growth machine, and demonstrates the relationship between immigrant growth machines and the EB-5 Immigrant Investor Program. ....
Although we hope that our investor clients will never be charged or convicted of any crime, they may need the expert advice of a specialist in immigration law who not only understands the requirements of EB-5, ....
EB5 Investors Magazine presents a special interview with Yanlin Xiong (Anna Sheong) of WIL Overseas Capital Investment Co, Ltd.....
The EB-5 program has grown exponentially since 2008, generating more than $11 billion in foreign direct investment and supporting more than 35,000 jobs annually. However, this growth has come with growing pains....
In this issue of EB5 Investors Magazine, we bring you an exclusive interview with Leon Rodriguez, director of U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) in the Department of Homeland Security.....
As regional centers grow in number and maturity, Form I-924A is an increasingly useful tool for USCIS to determine a regional center’s continued eligibility, along with its effectiveness in fulfilling the EB-....
Jane Yue Zhang
Investments, petitions, forms and reports: when it comes to the topic of the EB-5 program, discussions around it tend to be a little on the impersonal side.....
Leon Rodriguez knows all about people coming from across the globe to America. Now, he sees them from his perch as director of U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services in the Department of Homeland Security. ....