USCIS Offices Open Amid Government Shutdown

With the United States government having entered a partial shutdown earlier this week, many government agencies will cease operation, including immigration agencies. As a result, aspects of the EB-5 process will be significantly delayed.

However, the USCIS offices worldwide will remain OPEN. Investors can continue to file petitions and individuals should still report to any scheduled interviews and appointments.

For more information, visit the official USCIS website.

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RIA: EB-5 Industry Experts Help You Prepare for New Changes

A event co-hosted by JTC Americas and Saul Ewing Artnstein & Lehr LLP
Wednesday, November 9, 2022
8:00 am — 7:00 pm EST

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Join JTC Americas and Saul Ewing Arnstein & Lehr LLP in Miami for an exclusive and complimentary in-person networking and industry event focused on the new EB-5 program changes!

This event offers the opportunity to hear from, and interact with, many EB-5 industry leaders. They’ll provide valuable information and answer your questions on navigating the new EB-5 legislation. In addition to lending critical insight into these pressing matters, the seminar will also offer a chance to connect and network with your industry peers. 

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