2016 English V4 I3 Archives - EB5Investors.com

2016 English V4 I3


  • When Things Go Wrong with EB-5: Investors’ Options after an I-526 Denial

    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 in determining an investor’s next steps. 

    EB5Investors.com Staff
  • Are You Too Busy to Innovate?

    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 implement a new system, but it becomes progressively more difficult the longer it’s put off.

    Richard Kristof
  • EB-5 and the Immigrant Growth Machine

    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. 

    Ed Smith
  • My EB-5 Client is a Criminal? What to Do?!

    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, but also understands how to protect them from becoming inadmissible or removable on criminal-related grounds if this kind of situation arises. 

    Valerie Curtis-Diop
  • Special Interview with Anna Sheong

    EB5 Investors Magazine presents a special interview with Yanlin Xiong (Anna Sheong) of WIL Overseas Capital Investment Co, Ltd.

    EB5Investors.com Staff
  • Common Risk Factors in EB-5 Fraud Cases

    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.

    EB5Investors.com Staff
  • Form I-924A: Practical Considerations for EB-5 Regional Centers

    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-5 program’s original intent: promotion of economic development in U.S. communities.  

    EB5Investors.com Staff