Investor visas deliver mixed results for Chinese rich, American workers

USCCC in the News

Aljazeera America

March 28, 2014

Massoud Hayoun

Whatever EB-5 portends for the U.S. economy and investors, there’s more to come.

U.S.-China Chamber of Commerce president Siva Yam said the demise of Canada’s investor visa program "will draw some Chinese investors to America" who would have otherwise made a bid for residency north of the border.

For wealthy Chinese eager to put their capital abroad, risking becoming a fraud victim or a flop may be worth it...

 

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