From The Tire Review Abe Zhang and the Curse of the ForkedTongue: By Jim Smith That zany Abraham Hengyucius! You just never know what he’s gonna do next…or who he really is, for that matter. Got an e-mail from someone the other day suggesting I visit the website of the Washington court system. Couple of [...]
Incubating Change to Immigration Law with the Startup Visa Movement, EB-5 immigrant investor visa assessment from Silicon Valley
A slightly different angle from the IT / Tech community on the Startup visa featured in this morning’s story from a story published by Tech Crunch in October of 2009. It is interesting to note the author’s, Mark Hendrickson, take on the EB-5 visa’s limitations for Silicon Valley entrepreneurs, especially concerning the two year [...]
by Steve Yale-Loehr and Russell Cartwright Dear IIUSA members: Our efforts are making a difference! All the letters, emails, faxes and phone calls from EB-5 regional centers to their members of Congress are starting to pay off; Congress is beginning to realize the need to make the EB-5 program permanent. We also have at least [...]
Alabama Press Register Saturday, October 03, 2009 THE LEGISLATIVE process is often compared to making sausage. What Congress did this week gives sausage-making a bad name. As happens too often at the end of the federal fiscal year, Congress passed a temporary budget extension to keep government running for another month, until Oct. 31. Wrapped [...]
Filming Paul Brown on location at Iowa State in Ames, Iowa on the Iowa Department of Economic Development’s EB-5 Immigrant Investor Program that has attracted European farmers to Iowa.