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EB-5 News Archive for October, 2010








Exclusive Visas Returns from Tour of China

October 29, 2010 @ 9:14 pm
Posted by Exclusive Visas

WESTON – After spending 20 days in China, conducting seminars on the EB-5 visa program in the country’s most industrious cities, Exclusive Visas returns home successfully; signing 6 new Chinese investors for the program.

The EB-5 program allows qualified foreigners the opportunity to obtain a permanent U.S. green card by investing at least $500,000 into an approved EB-5 project, particularly a Regional Center. Upon completion of the EB-5 project the investor, the investor’s spouse and their unmarried children (under the age of 21) can receive an EB-5 visa green card.

The tour in China included the cities of Beijing, Shanghai, Nanjing, Chenjing, Guangzhou, Macao, Chengdu, Dongguan and finally Kunming; all of which Exclusive Visas met with potential EB-5 investors and spoke about the EB-5 program at numerous conventions.
For more information on the EB-5 program contact Exclusive Visas at (954) 727-9800.



Success in Vietnam

@ 9:14 pm
Posted by Exclusive Visas

WESTON – Exclusive Visas has returned from the first exhibition on the Vietnam Property Industry and Financial Services (VPF) in Hanoi, Vietnam with outstanding results. From October 5th-7th President Fred Burgess and Vice President Joe Sloboda of Exclusive Visas hosted seminars and spoke about the EB-5 visa program.

Attempting to close the gap on the United States and Vietnam relations, the EB-5 program offers qualified foreign investors, their spouse and their unmarried children (under the age of 21) the opportunity to gain a U.S. green card through a business investment of at least $500,000. Along with other requirements, the investment must either indirectly or directly create or save at least 10 jobs depending on the EB-5 project chosen.

Burgess had the opportunity to address Vietnamese government dignitaries and native developers about the further development of Vietnam; with such a flourishing economy and emergence of wealth, the Vietnamese are in fact looking even further to explore opportunities concerning business and the education of their children. Which is also what makes the EB-5 program more attractive, with an EB-5 visa the investor’s children are permitted to attend a University or institution in the U.S. with the cost of tuition at a much lower rate given they would be paying as a U.S. resident as opposed to an international student.

With such great interest upon their return and the amount of feedback Exclusive Visas has received about the EB-5 program, the team will be returning next year to conduct more seminars and attend conferences.

For more information regarding the EB-5 visa program contact Exclusive Visas at (954) 727-9800.



Exclusive Visas Draws Large Crowd in Beijing

@ 9:13 pm
Posted by Exclusive Visas

WESTON – On October 11th Exclusive Visas visited the city of Beijing in China to conduct what happened to be the largest convention they encountered during the their tour of the country. Fred Burgess and Joe Sloboda, the President and Vice President of Exclusive Visas respectively, presented the EB-5 visa program to a seminar full of potential Chinese investors and were successfully able to recruit 6 of them into the EB-5 program.

The EB-5 program allows qualified foreigners the opportunity to obtain a permanent U.S. green card by investing at least $500,000 into an approved EB-5 project, particularly a Regional Center. Upon completion of the EB-5 project the investor, the investor’s spouse and their unmarried children (under the age of 21) can receive an EB-5 visa green card. Moreover, the cost of tuition for students is greatly reduced given the permanent U.S. residence that is incorporated with the EB-5 visa.

For more information on the EB-5 program contact Exclusive Visas at (954) 727-9800.



Exclusive Visas Returns from Korea

@ 9:13 pm
Posted by Exclusive Visas

WESTON – For twenty years the Korea Emigration & Investment Fair has hosted conventions with immigration specialists from all over the world. However, this was the first year that Exclusive Visas attended and presented the EB-5 visa program to more than 500 attendees. President Fred Burgess and Vice President Joe Sloboda of Exclusive Visas are back in the United States are already in the process of doing business with attendees of the event.

The EB-5 program allows qualified foreigners the opportunity to obtain a permanent U.S. green card by investing at least $500,000 into an approved EB-5 project, particularly a Regional Center. Upon completion of the EB-5 project the investor, the investor’s spouse and their unmarried children (under the age of 21) can receive an EB-5 visa green card.

Over the two days Exclusive Visas participated in the fair, they made contacts with numerous potential investors especially interested in the fact that with the issue of an EB-5 visa their children have the opportunity to attend a university or institution in the U.S. with the cost of tuition at a much lower rate due to the fact that they would be classified as permanent residents as opposed to international students.

For more information on the EB-5 visa program contact Exclusive Visas at (954) 727-9800.



Controversial Arizona immigration law goes unenforced

@ 1:40 pm
Posted by Exclusive Visas

Controversial Arizona immigration law goes unenforcedAlthough Arizona's new immigration law, Senate Bill 1070, has sparked a great deal of controversy during the three months it has been in effect, its real-world applications have not matched the rhetoric raised by both its supporters and detractors.

According to the Arizona Republic, no arrests have been made under the new law, nor have any citations been issued. Additionally, no Arizona citizens have filed suit against the state for not enforcing immigration statutes to the fullest extent permissible under federal law, an action made possible under SB 1070.

The most likely root cause of this apparent lack of arrests and citations comes from the recent decision by U.S. District Judge Susan Bolton to block some of the provisions of SB 1070 from coming into effect, reports the news source.

Mike Tellef, spokesman for the Peoria, Arizona Police Department, told the news source that the department would not enforce SB 1070 until the issue had been settled by the courts.

Similarly, Cochise County Sheriff Larry Dever reported that the court's blockage of part of the new law rendered all parts of the law "moot".

Regardless of what happens in Arizona, foreign nationals can still earn green card eligibility through the EB-5 visa program, which awards eligibility to those whose $1 million ($500,000 in certain regions) investments in American companies result in the creation or preservation of 10 jobs.

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