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Aug 31, 2016

Visa Backlog and Redeployment: Important issues for Investors and Agents

Matthew Galati

Senior Associate Attorney Matthew T. Galati co-authored “Visa Backlog and Redeployment: Important issues for Investors and Agents,” published in the latest issue of EB-5 Investors Magazine.

 The Chinese Language article is featured online (see pg. 74). In this article, Matt details the impacts of multi-year China EB-5 visa retrogression as it applies to investors that must sustain an at-risk investment to achieve unconditional permanent residency. For more information relating to EB-5 investments, please contact Matt directly.

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