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EB-5 investment voice - mona shah & associates

07 Jun JUDGING RISKS IN REAL ESTATE PROJECTS WITH MONA SHAH & ADAM GREENE

EB-5 Investment Voice, (Mona Shah & Associates Podcast Series) Reported by Hermione Krumm, Esq.   EB-5 Investment Voice is the only Podcast series that focuses on and the United States immigrant investor visa, EB-5 and foreign direct investment. Mona Shah, welcomes guests from the industry including: Developers, Regional Center Operatives, Attorneys, Legislators and Politicians. In...

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eb 5 program extended

02 May EB-5 Program Extension Announced!

Another clean extension? On Monday, May 2, 2017, a bi-partisan omnibus spending deal was filed by Congressional Leadership to fund the government through September 30, 2017.  An omnibus spending bill packages many of the smaller appropriations bills into one larger single bill.  The more than...

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EB-3 immigration visa cost

25 Apr EB-3 Other (unskilled worker) Category Immigration Program is Necessary for Some Employers and is a Long Standing, Valid Program

Recently, a few immigration attorneys who predominantly focus their practices on EB-5 have published articles denigrating the usage of EB-3 Other (EW), the unskilled worker category, for immigration.  This was precipitated after so many migration agents in Asia promoted this program to people who cannot...

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USCIS Regional Center Audits are Coming

20 Apr USCIS Regional Center Audits are Coming

By Omar Hakim, Esq. On March 20, 2017, United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) announced a formal EB-5 Regional Center Compliance Audit program to, “enhance EB-5 program integrity and verify information in regional center applications and annual certifications.”  This new regulation marks a significant change...

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07 Apr Role of Disclosure in Securities Laws and How It Applies to EB-5

by Omar Hakim, Esq. Introduction The United States has developed a plethora of regulations that establishes confidence in the intangible securities markets through the Securities and Exchange Commission. These regulations attempt to effectively mitigate the market failures associated with the sale of securities, most notably asymmetric information....

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