Comment: DC Circuit EB5 Ruling
In Mirror Lake Village vs. Wolf, DC Circuit Held That USCIS's Denial of EB-5 Petitions Were Arbitrary and Capricious and that USCIS policies on “at risk”, “guaranteed redemption” and “debt arrangements” are inconsistent with the law. Please see the article: Successful Litigation Challenging USCIS Interpretation of Guaranteed Redemptions by Ron Klasko.
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Article: Successful Litigation Challenging USCIS Interpretation of Guaranteed Redemptions By Klasko Immigration Law Partners, LLP

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News: In Mirror Lake Village vs. Wolf, DC Circuit Held That USCIS's Denial of EB-5 Petitions Were Arbitrary and Capricious

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