U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services announced early morning yesterday that “significant” revisions for the EB5 investor visa would be rolled out November 2019.
In a statement, USCIS would be raising the minimum investment amounts and revising the standards for certain targeted employment areas—also known as TEA—designations, along with taking away a state’s capability to designate itself as a TEA.
Starting in November 2019, the standard minimum investment of $1 million will be increased to $1.8 million. In a TEA the minimum investment of $500,000 will be increased to $900,000.
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