Miller Mayer immigration attorney Steve Yale-Loehr was quoted by The Real Deal in “EB-5 is Back in the Doghouse.”
Steve commented on the fact that the recent stimulus package enacted by Congress failed to help the EB-5 immigrant investor program. “Congress is sure to consider other economic stimulus legislation this spring, and proponents hope EB-5 reforms may succeed then,” Steve said.
Steve was also quoted in the Times of India in “Nasscom Seeks Extension for Near-expiry H-1B Visas.”
Steve noted that unlike other countries and despite pleas by U.S. companies and others, the U.S. immigration agency so far has not extended filing deadlines or expiration dates for temporary foreign workers. “This is causing havoc for both US employers and Americans. If the US immigration agency doesn’t act soon, I predict litigation may force the issue,” he said.