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EB-5 Visa statistics – Wrong information can be dangerous

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EB-5 Visa Quick Tips from Which EB5

EB-5 Visa Quick Tips from Which EB5

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  • 1. EB-­‐5  Visa  Quick  Tips  From  Which  EB5  –  www.WhichEB5.com  EB-­‐5  statistics  –  Wrong  information  can  be  dangerous    We  sometimes  come  across  potential  EB5  visa  applicants  attempting  to  compare  the  various  regional  center  alternatives.  In  the  absence  of  detailed  statistical  regional  center  information  from  USCIS,  searching  for  meaningful  data  often  results  in  asking  a  regional  center  (not  always  ideal)  or  relying  on  some  information,  usually  found  somewhere  on  a  web  site.  As  part  of  our  ongoing  research  we  regularly  monitor  information  relating  to  the  EB-­‐5  and  the  latest  batch  of  incorrect  facts  includes  –  •   A  site  offering  consultancy  services  on  various  centers,  which  quotes  an  entirely  inaccurate  figure  for  I-­‐829  successes  for  a  particular  regional  center.  We  know  the  figure  to  be  incorrect,  as  the  center  in  question  has  not  been  operating  long  enough  to  obtain  any  I-­‐829  approvals  for  its  clients.  •   A  site  quoting  a  whole  range  of  comparative  figures  that  are  over  two  years  old,  particularly  worrying  given  the  completely  different  economic  climate.    

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