On 09/05 and 12/05, at the USIS Group Head quarter and Hanoi branch office, respectively, USIS Group along with NYCRC successfully held a discussion “How could New changes influence EB-5?”, joined by many customers.
This discussion is held with a purpose to support and retain Customers’ rights in case of changes from US Congress. As of constant changes from US Government in recent time, this will be the best time to deploy EB-5 files, and the investors should not delay when needed. With this pace, EB-5 investors who start joining from 2019 will have to wait more than 2 years to obtain the green cards. Not to mention the risks from the new EB-5 regulations which are going to be approved on September 30th, 2018, investors will have to face costly investment prices instead of the current 500 thousands USD cost.
Particularly, at the discussion, USIS Group introduced the latest project from the Central region of NYCRC which was Fresh Direct (Phase II). This is one of the standard EB-5 projects at downtown New York City and rated by experts as the safest and most possible project currently.
Representative images of the event:
+ In HCM City:
Mr. Nguyen Quoc Cuong’s (Director of Foreign affair) opening speech at the discussion
Ms. Flora Huang (Vice High chairman of NYCRC) introducing the Fresh Direct (Phase II) project
The Discussion between Immigration Lawyer, Central region of NYCRC and USIS
+ In Hanoi:
Staffs of Hanoi branch office filled with energy before the discussion.
The discussion drew the attention of many customers
If you already have the intention to invest in EB-5 to get green cards for your family, please consider investing right now in a trusted organization to lower chance of risk and ensure the best efficiency. Quickly contact the staffs of USIS Group to get the best advice and support in time when the deadline of the USD500,000 EB-5 program is near. Our filing specialists are also in a hurry to finish the customers’ files to submit to US Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) in order to best ensure customers’ rights.