Stopgap bill keeps green card program alive, but changes loom
The EB-5 visa program, a vehicle for foreign investment in major New York City real estate developments, received a last-minute reprieve on Wednesday, after the U.S. Senate passed a temporary spending bill that will keep the government — and the program — operating through Dec. 11.
EB-5 was set to expire Sept. 30 but a stopgap bill introduced last week will keep it afloat for the next few months. The White House and House of Representatives are expected to approve the legislation.
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