EB-5 Trojan Horse: How an American Pay-for-Citizenship Immigration Program Poses a National Security Threat


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Shae Armstrong Shae Armstrong is an EB-5-focused attorney who serves as CP Homes’ EB-5 immigration counsel in Dallas, Texas. CP Homes is a residential, assisted living facility for seniors that operates under the USCIS-designated CP Regional Center, Inc. At CP Homes, Attorney Armstrong manages the EB-5 regional center network, ensuring that the company’s EB-5 and regional center processes are in compliance with both U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission and USCIS regulations and policies.

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