EB-5 News

CMB Group 67 receives I-924 approval!


CMB Infrastructure Investment Group 67 received its I-924 approval from USCIS this week. The Group 67 partnership is providing $40.5 million to fund a portion of the construction of a new Great Wolf Lodge resort and waterpark in the greater Phoenix, Arizona metropolitan area.   There are two key aspects to this approval that are worthy of note. First, the approval was received in under seven months of when the I-924 was filed. Second, and more worthy of note, CMB Group 67 is still accepting investors. For those of you that have followed past CMB EB-5 offerings, as well as…

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President Signs Continuing Resolution For EB-5 Program!


CMB congratulates Congress and the President on their effort on the Continuing Resolution through December 7th.  We look forward to renewed discussion on improving the Regional Center Program and finding long-term reauthorization.​

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House approves continuing resolution to extend regional center program to December 7th and avoid shutdown!

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CMB-Kessler event in Orlando


On August 26-27 in Orlando, Florida, CMB Regional Centers and The Kessler Collection held a joint presentation of CMB’s newest EB-5 partnership, Group 68, which will assist in financing the construction of a new upscale boutique hotel called the Grand Bohemian in Charlotte, North Carolina. The project is designed, branded and managed by Kessler Collection Management, and will be affiliated with the Grand Bohemian Collection, an upscale boutique brand of Marriott’s Autograph Collection. The event was attended by current and potential EB-5 petitioners and their families, as well EB-5 immigration attorneys.  

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Move over H1B! These 5 visa options will help Indians take up work, get green card in US


Contact Us To Learn More About EB-5 The tough stand on H1-B visa programme by Donald Trump administration has affected Indian IT firms and many of them such as TCS, Infosys, Tech Mahindra, etc, are looking to scale up businesses in the US and hire local talent. The temporary ban on H1-B visas have affected Indian companies who are now looking are other way to source talent. The H1-B visa row has also affected dreams of many Indian professionals who wanted to work in the US and ultimately settle in the country. “I have noticed a lot of attorneys face…

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