Source: Investment Migration Insider
Author: Mohammed Asaria
The 8 Iron-Clad Rules for Investors Who Don’t Want to Lose Money on Caribbean CBI Hotel Projects
The Caribbean is home to some of the world’s most spectacular hotels but, at the same time, it is littered with incomplete, abandoned buildings that scar some of the world’s most idyllic landscapes. The region has more than its fair share of half-built hotels whose opening date always seems to be “next year”.
This article will focus on the areas of due diligence that investors should delve into prior to making an investment into a Caribbean citizenship by investment project, with the objective of ensuring that an investor selects a credible enterprise that has been designed for completion rather than merely to attract citizenship capital.
Author: Christian Nesheim
What Does Trump’s Suspension of L-Visas Imply for The E2 Program?
Concerned about the employment prospects of American citizens in the wake of lockdowns, President Trump yesterday signed an executive order that will see new entries to the United States on the basis of most visas in the H-1B, H-2B, J, and L-visas suspended until December 31st this year.
In the context of investment migration, the most noteworthy piece of news is the moratorium on L-visas which, to a limited extent, are considered imperfect substitutes for E-2 visas. Will the freeze on L-visas positively sway demand for E-2-visas?