Thursday, January 29, 2015

USCIS is using RFE's in order to eliminate money laundering in the EB-5 visa program.

It is a well known fact that money laundering is a widespread phenomena in the EB-5 visa program, and since 2013, USCIS has started reviewing EB-5 visa petitions in order to root out money laundering. In recent stakeholder meetings, USCIS announced enhanced co-operation initiatives in with other US government agencies in order to stamp out fraud and money laundering in the EB-5 visa program. As many attorneys can confirm, the effort to stamp out money laundering is based on increasing co-operation between US IRS, USCIS and China's SAFE and SAT, which is causing most regional centers to lose funding and denial of hundreds of EB-5 visa petitions.

I recently read several articles where immigration attorneys are complaining about the fact the delays and denials by USCIS, while failing to acknowledge the simple fact that USCIS is just beginning to do it's job now.

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Mohammed Shaikh, MBA (Accounting), CFE, Licensed Business & RE Broker (CA & FL)

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