The EB-5 cash-for-visa program may be facing drastic changes, which supporters fear could turn away would-be investors and further delay a backlog of Chinese applications.
A five-member panel addressed the program’s legislative hurdles Friday during an EB-5 seminar hosted by Arnstein & Lehr in Miami.
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