"We are pleased to offer U.S. immigration opportunities to Hong Kong investors via renowned local partners," said Tom Rosenfeld, President and CEO of CanAm Enterprises, a leading EB-5 regional center operator. "CanAm Enterprises' EB-5 investment track record is unmatched. More than 5,000 investor-families have come to CanAm to obtain permanent green cards through the U.S. Immigrant Investor Program. By the end of this year, we will have repaid $1.7 billion in EB-5 capital from our investors, more than the rest of the industry combined," added Rosenfeld. … [Read more...] about CanAm: More Hong Kong residents favoring EB-5 visa to immigrate to the U.S.
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The Civil Aviation Administration of Vietnam has proposed the Ministry of Transport to resume international flights in late July in the context that numerous countries are considering a “travel bubble” policy. The policy would essentially be an exclusive partnership between neighbouring or nearby countries that have demonstrated considerable success in containing and combating the COVID-19 pandemic within their respective borders. … [Read more...] about New large-scale ventures promise more to follow
Air purification system ensures 99.9 per cent cleaner and fresher for the living space The "Dustless" concept with a central air purification system consisting of three layers of coarse dust filter, deodorising, antibacterial, and micro dust filters, as well as international-standard HEPA filters is applied for the first time in Vietnam. As a result, the air will always be filtered and ventilated, ensuring air purity of up to 99.9 per cent. … [Read more...] about Experience the melody of space at The Opera Residence
Japan Self-Defense Force soldiers search for missing people at a landslide caused by heavy rain in Tsunagi, Kumamoto prefecture on July 7, 2020. Photo: AFP At least 80,000 rescue workers have already been deployed in a desperate effort to reach survivors stranded by flooding and landslides. … [Read more...] about Rain pounds central Japan, 55 feared dead in south
"Even though a neighbour came over and pleaded with my parents to evacuate, they didn't go... because I had told them that I'd come home (that day)," the tearful women said as she attempted to clean her parents' flood-devastated home. … [Read more...] about Japan issues fresh rain disaster warnings as toll hits 54