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April 24, 2014

Key EB-5 Issues Contained in the Senate Comprehensive Immigration Bill Introduced on April 17, 2013

April 17th marked the release of the 844 page Border Security, Economic Opportunity, and Immigration Modernization Act of 2013. The comprehensive immigration reform bill was spearheaded by the “Gang of Eight” – namely Senators Rubio, Flake, McCain, Graham, Schumer, Menendez, Bennet and Durbin – and includes various immigration provisions including a number of positive changes to the EB-5 program. Please read GT’s overview of the key EB-5 provisions on the EB5investors.com website at: http://www.eb5investors.com/blog/key-eb5-issues-contained-senate-comprehensive-immigration-bill-introduced-on-april-17-2013

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