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<p>Comment: USCIS Guidance Needed </p>
We urge USCIS to issue guidance on redeployment of EB5 funds for investors
who are affected by retrogression, through a policy memorandum. We set
forth below why is this guidance sorely needed:
Lack of guidance creates unnecessary uncertainty for investors as
well as projects.
Projects need to plan long term to have viable redeployment
strategies–this is impossible without clear guidance.
Lack of guidance provides no safe harbor for projects.
As retrogression already affects China, Vietnam and India, guidance
for redeployment is essential for these high-volume EB5 countries.
All investments have risks involved–there is no need to add to the
risk for investors and projects by adding uncertainty about
redeployment of funds due to lack of guidance.
Issuance of guidance on redeployment from USCIS is long overdue, and is
hurting investors, projects and consequently the EB5 program. We trust
USCIS will remedy the situation by issuing a policy memorandum promptly.
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<p><a href=”http://discuss.ilw.com/blogs/immigrationlawblogs/392209-why-trump-will-not-be-removed-from-office-republicans-are-solidly-behind-the-anti-immigrant-racism-that-they-have-promoted-for-the-past-20-years-by-roger-algase” target=”_blank”>Blogging: Why Trump will not be removed from office: Republicans are solidly behind the anti-immigrant racism that they have promoted for the past 20 years By Roger Algase</a></p>
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<p>Focus: PERM For Beginners and Advanced Practitioners<br>
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