Changes To Investor Visa Program May Affect Houston Development
Published November 18, 2019
Christian Triantaphyllis, immigration and real estate partner at the law firm Jackson Walker, said new limits implemented this week on foreign investment in the U.S. through the EB-5 visa program could change where foreign investors put their money in Houston.
Until Nov. 21, it was “easier to qualify for the $500,000 investment amount as a project located in downtown Houston because it’s up to the local authorities to designate areas that can qualify for the lower amount,” Triantaphyllis said.
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