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Washington, D.C., January 16, 2018: As Congress debates legislative changes to the EB-5 Regional Center program ahead of the January 19, 2018 deadline for renewing the program, the Department of Homeland Security’s (DHS) schedule appears on track to deliver new EB-5 regulations in February 2018. Last fall, the DHS accelerated its rule making schedule to...

By Brian Bandell  - Jan 8, 2018 Jupiter Medical Center made two property acquisitions near its hospital to host construction of new facilities. The nonprofit hospital paid $5.3 million to Toney Penna Drive Partners for 4.91 acres at 960 and 964 S. Old Dixie Highway and 150 Toney Penna Drive in Jupiter. It also...

Liv Vesely, MA, MPH — Jupiter Medical Center Foundation January 10, 2018 [caption id="attachment_1178" align="aligncenter" width="507"] Photography by Jason Nuttle[/caption] Jupiter Medical Center Foundation is led by president Liv Vesely, MA, MHP. Since her arrival, Veseley has built and directed a dynamic and growing, first-rate development operation, achieving the highest philanthropic revenue levels in...

Washington, D.C. – November 27, 2017:  Having travelled to India frequently during the last 12 months, attorneys Ignacio Donoso and Dennis Tristani at I.A. Donoso & Associates have met with dozens of successful and fascinating families from India, who have posed many interesting questions concerning the EB-5 visa process. We prepared...

Washington, D.C. – November 20, 2017: The recent USCIS EB-5 Stakeholder Engagement held in New York on November 7, 2017 provided some frank statements by USCIS that their EB-5 processing system has improved, but is still suffering from certain longstanding problems. One issue that will sound familiar to both EB-5 industry...

BY: Bill DiPaolo | Nov. 21 Nick Mastroianni II, the developer of Harbourside Place, and the Mastroianni Foundation donated $3 million to the Jupiter Medical Center to establish a pediatric emergency department. [caption id="attachment_1152" align="aligncenter" width="653"] From left to right: Audrey Mastroianni, Sara and Anthony Mastroianni, Jessica and Nicholas Mastroianni III along with their three daughters. (Photo/JMC)[/caption] “As a father of three young girls, the well-being of my children is always on my mind. If your child is sick or injured and needs emergency services, I want them to get the best treatment possible. With this donation, we hope we can make the emergency room experience less intimidating for parents and their young children by separating them from the adult emergency room, and having dedicated, pediatric physicians available 24/7,” said Nicholas Mastroianni III, Nick Mastroianni’s son. Nicholas Mastroianni III and his brother Anthony work with their father at Allied Capital & Development of South Florida, a Jupiter-based real estate development and capital-raising firm. The 6,300-square-foot Mastroianni Family Pediatric Emergency Department will be located next to the hospital’s current emergency room. Plans call for eight pediatric treatment rooms, a dedicated family waiting area, pediatric triage rooms and indoor play areas. The unit is expected to open in late 2018. “I’m humbled to be a part of this new era at Jupiter Medical Center. My family wants to make sure other families feel more comfortable and at ease when making a visit to the ER with young children,” said Nick Mastroianni II. Founded in 1979, JMC is a not-for-profit, 327-bed, regional medical center, consisting of 207 private acute-care hospital beds, and 120 long-term care, sub-acute rehabilitation and hospice beds. The town’s largest employer, JMC has about 1,600 team members, 615 physicians and 640 volunteers.  
Nov. 07 NEW DELHI: US Immigration Fund has tied up with education firm The Chopras group to promote EB-5 visa in India and aims to raise USD 125 million by next year from 250 Indian investors who want to immigrate to the United States through this route. [caption id="attachment_1163" align="aligncenter" width="583"] The EB-5 programme, launched by the US government in 1990, enables high net worth foreign investors to obtain a US visa for themselves and their family by investing a minimum of USD 5,00,000 in a US business.[/caption]

Washington, D.C., September 25, 2017 – The EB-5 Regional Center Program, approved by Congress in 1993 as a temporary program to stimulate economic growth and create jobs, is turning 25 years old in 2018.  As the EB-5 Regional Center Program reaches maturity, U.S. elected officials, legal advisors and investors throughout...