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Update on Wait Lines for Chinese EB-5 Investors

"The update in the March 2013 Visa Bulletin brings good news. It states: “Currently there is no reason to believe that it will be necessary to establish a China Employment Fifth preference category cut-off date during FY-2013, since demand over first six months of FY-2013 has now averaged...

EB-5 Hot Topics: China, Retrogression and More - Bernard Wolfsdorf

"Two events have recently impacted the popular EB-5 program and many are anxious to understand their impact. The Chinese economy has slowed from a dizzying double digit annual GDP growth rate, down to about 7.5% and, as a result, real estate prices have slowed. In addition, the anti-corruption campaign...

China EB-5 Cut-off Update: May 2015 or June 2015 - That is the Question?

"The Department of State April Visa Bulletin has now clearly stated that, “The establishment of [the China EB-5 cut-off] date can be expected no later than June [2015]”. Item D of the February 2015 Visa Bulletin advised that the expected increase in demand would require the establishment...

Wolfsdorf Practice Advisory on EB-5, China Cutoff, CSPA, Age-Out

"Yesterday, I presented the panel discussion at the IIUSA meeting in Washington, D.C. with Charlie Oppenheim, the Chief of the Visa Control and Reporting Division at the U.S. Department of State. He announced the establishment of China EB-5 Cut-off date of May 1, 2013 . This China cut-off date will...

Wolfsdorf on China EB-5 Cutoff Date Problems; Apr. 22, 2015

On April 22, 2015 Bernard Wolfsdorf posted two pieces on his blog about China EB-5 cutoff date problems, here and here .