According to Charles Oppenheim, Chief of the Visa Control and Reporting Division, U.S. Department of State, with significant number of unused family-based visas in FY2020, more than 14,200 EB-5 visas will be available for distribution in 2021. The Department of State treats Hong Kong (and Macau and Taiwan) as a separate foreign territory from mainland China for the purposes of immigration visa quotas. Thus, foreign nationals who are born in Hong Kong are not charged under the mainland China visa categories. … [Read more...] about CanAm: More Hong Kong residents favoring EB-5 visa to immigrate to the U.S.
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“Instead of the present complete ban, Vietnam should issue flexible policies. The country could reopen for foreigners from countries where the pandemic situation is controlled and people have little risk of carrying the virus,” Phu said. “In addition, when they arrive in Vietnam, it would be necessary to have tools (for example electronic bracelets) to track their movements and ensure isolation is followed.” … [Read more...] about New large-scale ventures promise more to follow
The dismantlement is being done on the recommendation of UNESCO, which said the film set stood in the core area of the limestone complex. It had been agreed that the set will be kept only until for some time after the movie was released in 2017. … [Read more...] about Kong: Skull Island film set to be removed from world heritage site
Ever-larger advertisers have joined a boycott of Facebook, with some of the world’s biggest brands pushing pause on their ad purchases. By late last week, more than 150 brands and organisers announced or were planning to pull advertising from Facebook, which makes around 98 per cent of its nearly $70 billion annual revenues from advertising, as part of the Stop Hate for Profit campaign. Microsoft, Pepsi, Ford, Starbucks, Coca-Cola, Unilever, Adidas, and Reebok are just some of the high-profile names to make such moves. … [Read more...] about Flummoxed Facebook braces for an advertising revolution