Comment: Presidential Proclamation, Asylum Restrictions
Today's Immigration Daily issue features several items of interest, including Articles, Bloggings and News about Presidential Proclamation, Asylum Restrictions and more. Please scroll down to find the item(s) below.
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Article: Exceptions to Presidential Proclamation 10014 By David H. Nachman, Esq.

Blogging: Five immigration questions for the presidential debates By Nolan Rappaport

Blogging: A new 60-Day Extension for I-9 Virtual Verification By Bruce Buchanan


Blogging: Trump's immigration dictatorship: Federal judge rules that DHS asylum restrictions are illegal and acting DHS chief is likely serving illegally By Roger Algase

Focus: Taiwan, Korea, Vietnam in USA

  • EB5 projects can secure investors from Taiwan/Korea/Vietnam using an agent-free pathway, right here in the USA.

  • Taiwan/Korea/Vietnam are each in the top 5 EB5 countries, so these markets are of a proper size to pursue EB5 investors from. However, hefty agent fees are involved when seeking the assistance of agents based in those countries.

  • There are a meaningful number of people from Taiwan/Korea/Vietnam already in the USA who are in pursuit of the EB5 route to a green card. Many people from Taiwan/Korea/Vietnam are in the USA on student visas, and face the uncertainties of the H1B lottery, not to mention an arduous road to an employer-sponsored green card. Some of the folks from Taiwan/Korea are here on E2 visas, which does not have a path to permanent residence.

  • ILW has conducted over a dozen in-person events in Taiwan, Korea and Vietnam in the last 6+ years, and several online webinars in those countries as well. So, we are familiar with the EB5 culture of people from these countries. ILW has conducted 200+ in person events for immigrants in the USA seeking EB5. We understand the cultural nuances and pain points of this target audience, and we will help you connect with the audience.

  • The world after coronavirus is radically different, and it may last a lot longer than any of us would prefer. However, the world does not stop due to a virus—our online meetings allow you to continue your EB5 raise in spite of the coronavirus. Engage ILW now, and we will get you in front of potential investors fast--don’t let your competitors get ahead of you.

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Headline: Court rules that Trump can end humanitarian protections for 300,000 immigrants Click here

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