The United States government provides numerous ways for investors and other business-focused individuals to live and work in the country. Whether you are investing in an established business or seeking to create a new business on U.S. soil, it is wise to discuss your case with an experienced New York lawyer.
Residents of foreign countries can seek an EB-5 investor visa. Based on your specific situation, the EB-5 visa carries certain stipulations centering on the amount of money that must be invested and the number of U.S. residents who will be employed in the business. At this level of investment, it is not uncommon, unfortunately, for fraudulent activity to occur.
With more than 20 years of combined experience in immigration law, the attorneys at Khan & Yau, PC, are prepared to listen to the facts of your case and provide aggressive legal representation.
EB-5 fraud can follow many different scenarios, typified by questions, such as:
Were the investor’s funds legally obtained?
Were the funds used appropriately?
Is all paperwork properly filled out and filed?
In recent years, the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has started cracking down on schemes centering on defrauding immigrant investors. No matter the scope of your situation, it is wise to seek the counsel of an experienced EB-5 fraud lawyer for guidance and representation.
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