Mr. David Enterline was recently interviewed by Mr. Jason Buback of Green Card by Investment about the Chinese EB-5 Market.

Some of the topics discussed were the old challenges and new opportunities for Chinese investors, including:

  • Investor trust in agents and big-city projects
  • Investors were in the dark about retrogression
  • Chinese remittance restrictions — and ways around them
  • Chinese source of funds: “it’s always a challenge”
  • USCIS standards: inconsistent and more difficult over time
  • A White House administration can have a lasting impact on EB-5
  • China post-RIA: reserved visas drive appetite for rural investments
  • RIA agent-fee disclosures: will they make a difference?
  • Are Chinese agents unique?
  • Chinese and the future of EB-5: new lines for the set-asides may happen soon

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If you have questions about U.S. visas, contact us at info@enterlinepartners.com and speak with a U.S. immigration attorney in Ho Chi Minh City, Manila and Taipei.

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