Comment: New EB5 Policy Manual
USCIS released the draft version of the new EB-5 policy manual which consolidates and supercedes previous guidance. The new manual provides policy guidance regarding the eligibility requirements for Regional Centers and immigrant
investors. We carry an article by Bernard Wolfsdorf and Joseph Barnett highlighting five important points from the new policy manual as well as the USCIS policy alert.
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Article: 5 Important Points From The New EB-5 Policy Manual By Bernard Wolfsdorf, Esq. and Joseph Barnett, Esq.
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News: USCIS Issues Policy Guidance Regarding Eligibility Requirements For Regional Centers And Immigrant
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