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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VSN reported net revenue exceeded VND1.45 trillion (US$62.4 million) in Q1, up 21 per cent year-on-year. Post-tax profit reached VND46.5 billion, up 19 per cent against last year. Revenue from fresh meat accounted for nearly VND669 billion, up 20 per cent and revenue from processed food accounted for nearly VND742 billion, up 22 per cent. … [Read more...] about Shares of husbandry companies soar on rising profits
Vietnam is quickly appreciating among foreign investors looking to buttress ailing growth. Photo: Duc Thanh Although in the first half of 2020, foreign direct investment (FDI) inflows have seen signs of decrease on-year, the country can still attain remarkable changes in its attraction of such funding in the latter half of the year if numerous large-scale projects are licensed and a new wave of investment is relocated to the country in the midst of pandemic upheaval. … [Read more...] about New large-scale ventures promise more to follow
The seminar sought to collect participants’ opinions on zoning areas for safe agricultural produce and foodstuffs and suggest policies for localities in the region for building linkages in production and consumption of agricultural produce and foods from the region, she said. … [Read more...] about Seminar calls for farm production, consumption link-ups within southern economic hub
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