The US-government approved employment-based (EB-5) program is the fastest and safest way for South Africans to gain permanent residency in the US.
Rush to invest $500,000 to get green card Every week, on average, three Indians are signing up to shell out half-a-million dollars each to have […]
Dunkin’ Donuts Opens to Huge Crowds and Rave Reviews By Todd Strain Dunkin’ Donuts on East Plaza Blvd. in National City held its grand opening […]
What likely won’t change under Trump: Foreign investment in Boston By Tim Logan | GLOBE STAFF DECEMBER 01, 2016 Donald Trump won the White House […]
China’s Favorite U.S. Visa Program May Have Ally In Donald Trump Ellen Sheng , Contributor, Forbes The U.S. EB-5 program, which rewards wealthy foreign investors […]
The Effects of Filing an EB-5 Petition on F-1 Student Status By Lauren A. Tetenbaum November 22nd, 2016Posted in China, EB-5, I-526, Immigration, Visa The […]
The #FeesMustFall protests in South Africa have put the spotlight squarely on parents, as to whether or not the country will be able to offer […]
Immigrants Play a Disproportionate Role in American Entrepreneurship By Sari Pekkala Kerr and William R. Kerr OCTOBER 03, 2016 Immigration is one of the most […]
Tertiary education in South Africa is in the spotlight as students across the country protest for #feesmustfall. Seeking free education and the scrapping of students debt, campuses from UJ to CPUT have erupted as hotspots of unlawful demonstrations, mass action, intimidation and, at times, violence.