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Click to read more“‘It’s almost like two different worlds that don’t really align,’ BC immigration law professor Mary Holper says of the EB-5 program. ‘They’re all called immigration but it’s almost like two separate systems. Sweat equity labor doesn’t get to benefit from the system the way money does. No, I don’t think it’s fair.”
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