In 2023, immigration to the United States is booming.
Immigrant investors are on fire. In March 2022, Biden signed the new EB-5 bill, with the “reservation category project no schedule,” “double submission”Such as the implementation of the new policy, more and more applicants are flooding back into the EB-5 “classic track.”
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As a result, under the New deal, two major problems, legal work in the United States and free access to and from the United States, can be solved in about half a year.Even in the past 10 years, such a “golden schedule” is rare.
Horizontal comparison, for Chinese Mainland applicants, currently only the new EB-5 reserved category without row period, other types of U.S. immigrants basically have a row period, all need to wait for several years.
In the March 2023 schedule, the rural, high unemployment and infrastructure reserved for visas are currently C (“Current”), that is, there is still no waiting list.Table B is still open, which means that it can still be double-handed.
A crisis is brewing.
As of March 15, USCIS received 980 I-526E applications under the New Deal, according to a new notice issued todayThis means that there is a need for about 2,500-3,000 visas.
Industry insiders believe that the visa quota under the EB-5 New Deal still follows the principle of “first come, first served,” and with the increase of applicants, it is not ruled out that there will be a queue again.
01 Take advantage of the new policy, what to do?
Outreach experts recommend that:
How do I get on the EB-5 Express to the United States?
Which projects are safe?
On March 16, Outreach Abroad held a global launch of a new project in Shanghai, which is a rural type project launched by the old regional center of EB-5.
Rural projects not only have the largest number of visa quotas, but also enjoy the right of “priority approval” in the new policy.
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The Allpoint Fiber Network Deployment Program, with a total investment of $576 million, provides services to more than 80,000 homes and businesses in 19 counties of Virginia, currently without access to fiber optic networks, and has received approximately $301 million in state and local government grants.
The project is expected to recruit100 EB-5 places, EB-5 loans totaled $80 million.
Quality projects are close at hand.
Applicants who want to obtain a US green card through the EB-5 investment immigration program are recommended to submit the documents at the first time, not only to enjoy the new deal benefits, but also to avoid traffic jams in the new channel.