As we recently reported, the 2019 EB-5 law was nullified by a California Federal Court last week, briefly restoring the $500,000 TEA/$1 Million non-TEA EB-5 investment threshold.
Jose Latour returns to Vietnam next week to debut American Venture Solutions Regional Center’s new Real Estate Development EB-5 project, River Oak EB-5, in partnership with Lindemann Multifamily Management.
When Donald Trump took office 4 years ago, one thing was clear: illegal immigration was in his gun sights.
Last week I posted a blog expressing my concerns about the passive real estate investment deals which are being marketed by Vietnam immigration agents as a viable mechanism for E-2 Treaty Investors, as in folks who secure Grenadian nationality as a means of getting their families to relocate to the U.S.
The brilliant Suzanne Lazicki published a new article last week explaining the massive increase in FY2021 total US immigrant visa numbers which has triggered a buzz of questions within the EB-5 community. I’m writing this to give AVSEB5 and LatourLaw clients and readers in Vietnam a brief summary on how this development may impact Vietnam EB-5 investors.