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In spite of concerns of EB-5 fraud, visa will finance new project

It was recently announced that the former Navy shipyard complex in New York will be converted for multiple uses. Part of the financing of the planned redevelopment will be obtained through the use of the EB-5 visa program. In spite of the concerns of previous allegations concerning EB-5 fraud, it is anticipated that millions will be raised for the construction.

Kushner company investigation over possible EB-5 fraud

In 1990, the federal government was seeking avenues to obtain more funding for development projects in the poorer economic regions of the country. From those efforts, a new visa program was started that allowed foreign investors an opportunity to obtain a visa through investments in projects that provide a minimum of 10 jobs for current residents. Unfortunately, the program has since been the target for a few unscrupulous developers who have engaged in EB-5 fraud and misappropriated monies meant for specific projects, possibly including some here in New York. 

In spite of concerns over EB-5 fraud, program extended for now

Of the many avenues that are open for immigrants who wish to start over in America, one of the most controversial was just extended for another month. This visa, which is obtained in part through investments, is often the target for allegations of EB-5 fraud. There are many projects in New York that came to fruition through the use of these important investment funds.

Woman enters guilty plea for alleged EB-5 fraud worth $50 million

The EB-5 visa is an immigration program that offers foreign investors a path to immigration through investments into American development projects that provide jobs and economic growth. This particular visa has often come under government scrutiny due to allegations of EB-5 fraud. While this program has provided funding for successful New York projects, there are others that never came to fruition due to allegations of illegal activity.

Investors, mall owners in legal fight over alleged EB-5 fraud

Foreign nationals who dream of starting over in America have a variety of visa options, though with the current quotas and restrictions, it may take years of waiting before those dreams are realized. However, one visa program allows investors who can meet the monetary requirements to begin the process of obtaining those coveted green cards. Unfortunately, this program is not without its problems and there may be investors in New York who are concerned that they have become victims of EB-5 fraud.

Federal judge allows alleged EB-5 fraud suit to continue

There are several different visa programs available, and each one has a different set of regulations and requirements. However, only one program requires a considerable investment from foreign nationals, which has led to several allegations of EB-5 fraud. While there have been many projects in New York that have been completed by way of these investments, there are other projects that have been the subject of civil lawsuits.

After investigations, center to close over EB-5 fraud allegations

While there are many avenues for one to apply for a visa, only one program requires a foreign national to make an investment into a project that is geared toward improving both the surrounding geographic location and the lives of other residents. However, this program is also the frequent magnet for criticism and allegations of EB-5 fraud. Many New York developments have been completed through the investments that immigrants have made through this visa. 

Man sued over allegations of EB-5 fraud by SEC

The EB-5 visa program provides an opportunity for those foreign investors with enough capital the chance to apply for the coveted green card that may otherwise be unattainable due to immigration quotas imposed on selected nations. Unfortunately, not every investment project comes to fruition, and investors discover that they have been victims of EB-5 fraud. While many New York projects have delivered the sought-after results, there are other investors who may fear that they have been misled.

Concerns over EB-5 fraud may lead to revisions or shut down

Hopeful immigrants have access to different visa programs when they are searching for the best fit for their needs. However, there is one that may either be revised or cancelled over allegations of EB-5 fraud or misuse. Many investors currently living in New York have gained their green card through this particular visa program.

Senator Chuck Grassley wants project looked into for EB-5 fraud

An estimated 80 percent of foreign investments into real estate development projects here in New York and throughout the country are provided by primarily Chinese investors. In exchange for these monies, many of these foreign nationals are hoping to qualify for a green card through a visa program. Unfortunately, this particular program has often been investigated for suspected EB-5 fraud.