Miller Mayer immigration attorney Steve Yale-Loehr was quoted by the Associated Press in “Key Part of U.S. Residency Program for Investors Set to Expire,” which appeared in many outlets. He said that the EB-5 regional center program provides valuable benefits to the United States: “Given our efforts to jumpstart the economy after the pandemic, it is particularly unfortunate that the Senate failed to extend the program.” 

Steve also was quoted by the Real Deal in “Trouble in EB-5 Land: Congress at Impasse on Extension.” He said, “Any lapse adversely affects the program because investors get skittish about what is going on here and they don’t understand how it works.” 

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