Election years often revive old bones of contention, and the issue of birthright citizenship is but one of many that comes and goes.
Senator Rand Paul introduced the Invest in Our Communities Act, S. 2122, on October 1, 2015.
An irregular immigration history can be likened to a bad credit report it can come back to bite you if you are not prepared.
On Friday, October 9, 2015, the Department of State will perform a consular systems upgrade at all Embassies and Consulates (Consular Posts).
On October 1, 2015, Senator Jeff Flake of Arizona introduced S. 2115 the “Targeted Employment Areas Improvement Act.”
Hours before it was set to expire, the EB-5 Regional Center Program received a temporary continuance with the final passage of the Continuing Resolution that provides funding to the federal government until December 11, 2015.
September 30th Comes and Goes and the EB-5 Regional Center Program is Extended Through December 11, 2015 in Its Current Form
Today the U.S. Congress passed a government funding bill containing a short-term extension of the EB-5 Regional Center Program through December 11, 2015.
In addition to Justice Martineau’s denial of injunctive relief and dismissal of the request for summary judgment in Hillis and Deegan v. The Attorney General of Canada, as discussed in our previous post, U.S. citizens residing in Canada received more disappointing news on September 29, 2015.
In follow up to my post of 9/17/2015 in which we explained the Department of State’s new procedures for establishing immigrant visa filing dates (vs. final action dates), please be advised that the DOS has updated those dates (on 09/25/2015).
“Minor Securities Law Violations in EB-5 Deals Don’t Matter!” Nothing Could Be Further from the Truth! [VIDEO]
Issuers of EB-5 securities are often new to running a deal where they structure and then market an investment product.