first_imgThe last date of applying for the EB-5 visa to the United States has been extended by over two months. People seeking the visa, which carries a current minimum investment requirement of $500,000, can now apply till Dec.7. The investment limit is expected to be increased in the next session.U.S. President Donald Trump signed a “Spending Bill” on Sept. 28, which carries the provision of the deadline extension for the EB-5 visa, the Times of India reported. The visa scheme, which was already under extension, was slated to expire on Sept. 30. But the U.S. government has extended it after the mid-term elections in the country.The EB-5 visa is an employment-based fifth preference category visa. It can help high net-worth individuals (HNIs) to obtain the green card for permanent residency in the United States for themselves and their immediate family through a one-time minimum investment of $500,000 into a new business that creates 10 or more jobs for Americans.This visa category was started in 1990 to attract capital investment in the country, and also create jobs in the United States. The minimum investment limit for visa applicants has been half a million dollars since then.However, last month American Congressman Aaron Schock, who is the chief sponsor of EB-5 Reauthorization Bill 2012, said that this minimum investment limit can be increased between $1 million and $1.3 million, as per an earlier report of PTI.The government is looking at introducing the changes but they may come only after December 2018, Schock had said at the time.Investor services firms fear that the increase in the minimum limit would reduce the number of Indians applying for this visa.Under the EB-5 visa program, the U.S. government allocates up to 10,000 visas annually to foreign nationals, with a per country cap of seven percent. If the quota for a country remains unfulfilled, the unused visas can be allotted to other countries. India is the third highest filer under this program, superseded only by China and Vietnam. Related ItemsEB 5 visaUnited Stateslast_img read more

first_img | Pick The White House official line now after the latest shooting at the synagogue is that Trump accepts the dangers posed by White Nationalism after refusing to admit that after the Christchurch atrocity last month. https://www.theguardian.com/us-news/2019/apr/28/trump-white-nationalism-synagogue-shootingHow compromised is Trump by affairs in the Middle East, how dangerous is he? Report Share on Facebook | Pick Share 29 Apr 2019 2:23 Show 3 more replies Share on Facebook Reply Share on Facebook Facebook 29 Apr 2019 2:08 Reply AntonymousBosch Report Report Twitter Report Reply Facebook Meanwhile his pal Nigel “the Fish” Farage continues to peddle his own brand of misrepresentation to American students. Over here the number of MEP candidates that are revealed as having questionable opinions and views on everything from the appropriate age of consent, through the place of women to the right sort of neighbours grows almost hourly. A far right activist tries his luck as well. This is of course without bringing into the frame the race relations issues of the two main political parties of the UK. Aye, we are definitely in a position to criticise, aren’t we? Report 48 49 Share Report Radleyman Reply Reply justanotherflyboy Report | Pick Reply Reply Report Share on Twitter Reply but according to Trump… & yes: he really did say this. it’s not a spoof… Report Report | Pick Twitter Twitter | Pick bobbymac1956 Reply ExuroPythonissam 010101 JSfromtheStates Facebook Reply Share on Facebook Pieonear Twitter Facebook 25 29 Apr 2019 2:30 amoamasamat Reply comments (90)Sign in or create your Guardian account to join the discussion. Report Facebook Share 51 52 Facebook Share on Twitter DreamingOfTibet Share Report Reply Radleyman 29 Apr 2019 2:59 266 267 itz4kixAKA eileanmor Twitter Share Twitter Facebook Facebook Twitter | Pick Facebook Share on Twitter Report good2go unthreaded Share on Facebook Facebook Report Share on Twitter The far right,View all comments > Share on Twitter itz4kixAKA 15 16 Facebook AlanCain Share on Twitter Report Twitter Email (optional) Share Share on Twitter Twitter 38 39 Share Share 71 72 Twitter AlanCain 132 133 Twitter 29 Apr 2019 2:21 Share Share on Twitter Bjerkley Report Reply partoftheproblem partoftheproblem roeblingroad Reply Pieonear | Pick 29 Apr 2019 2:32 Share “He is, and always will be a charlatan”. He’s much worse than that. He’s fostering this stuff with his open bigotry. Just the other week, he essentially accused Ilan Omar, a congresswoman, of being a 9/11 sympathiser, thus putting a target on her back. In fact, the language and techniques that Trump marshals can be found in the Nazi Archives. It takes the breath away, it feels surreal. oldest Indeed , yes 🙂 Report roeblingroad Share on Twitter Twitter | Pick good2go Twitter Share on Facebook Report Reply Share on Facebook Facebook Reply Threads collapsed Call me a Stalinist if you like. I’ll get over it. I’m not publishing articles about “Islamonazis” and “asylum bombers,” two terms coined in the Mail. I don’t give a platform to hate preachers of any variety, yet countless Mail readers clamoured for their elevation to the role of prime minister because they regarded them as the “voice of common sense.” If my objection to such people and commentary upsets you, I’ll cope. Did you agree with the thrust of my original post? If not, wailing “sneering Guardian Stalinists” is little by way of counterargument. It is fortunate that we are such an inviting and tolerant society so that we can cast these aspersions on others………… Reply Twitter Share Share on Facebook 106 107 29 Apr 2019 2:10 rottenboro Share on Facebook Twitter Share Share Facebook Share on Twitter Facebook Share on Facebook 26 27 Share on Facebook MaxDev 29 Apr 2019 2:24 49 50 Reply Share Share 159 160 recommendations | Pick TeawithLemon Share on Facebook Twitter usedtolovelearning Share on Facebook 29 Apr 2019 2:11 61 62 Reply This comment was removed by a moderator because it didn’t abide by our community standards. Replies may also be deleted. For more detail see our FAQs. | Pick Share on Facebook Twitter Facebook Share Share on Twitter Share on Twitter Share HistoryHacker 47 48 Share via Email 20 21 They shall enjoy the hot pitch in Hell! | Pick Facebook Share on Facebook Ben Jennings Trump is a nasty piece of shit Smolker Share on Twitter 29 Apr 2019 2:35 Report | Pick 88 89 29 Apr 2019 2:21 Report Share on Facebook Share on Twitter justanotherflyboy 29 Apr 2019 2:33 Report Donald Trump Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Facebook Share Share on Twitter 25 26 or at least, a bunch of desperate right-wingers trying yet again to push the left=anti-semitism bollocks over on the rest of us. bugger that. as for the NYT, it’s fallen a long way in recent years, so that doesna surprise me one bit. 15 16 Share Twitter Reply Report good2go Twitter Over here the number of MEP candidates that are revealed as having questionable opinions and views on everything from the appropriate age of consent… ‘Only the dead have seen the end of war’, as true now as it was then, tragically. SporadicWit Share on Twitter 29 Apr 2019 1:59 Facebook Smolker If I were the Queen, I think I’d sooner abdicate than fawn over that imbecilic monster! Guardian Opinion cartoon i’d say Trump is skilled… Share on Facebook Share Facebook partoftheproblem 29 Apr 2019 2:17 Smolker Reply | Pick Report He’s a skilled rabble-rouser, hypocrite and racist going back decades. That’s about it. 61 62 Facebook Reply Facebook Reply Reply Share on Facebook 29 Apr 2019 2:19 I do question the British media adoption of the term “White Nationalism” which not only doesn’t make much sense (there is no White Nation), but seems a little like the way in which the BBC and others used to try to legitimise Apartheid in South Africa, by talking about “Separate Development”.Surely the media should not be pandering to or legitmising this sort of nonsense. Report 61663 Share on Twitter Share on Facebook 104 105 141 142 Share Share on Facebook 61663 87 88 Facebook Close report comment form 41 42 Share Twitter DreamingOfTibet Report Please select Personal abuse Off topic Legal issue Trolling Hate speech Offensive/Threatening language Copyright Spam Other Facebook good2go They’re the ones in the picture above. Share on Twitter 29 Apr 2019 2:51 201 202 kotbegemotuk Twitter Share on Twitter | Pick Show 1 more reply 29 Apr 2019 2:26 TeawithLemon 29 Apr 2019 2:46 Excuses. Reply Twitter Facebook 29 Apr 2019 3:05 Share on Twitter falloutman The contrast between Trump in the US and Jacinda Ardern in New Zealand is so great, I would never offer Trump a State visit here, whereas I would roll out the red carpet for Jacinda Ardern. Nuff said! 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Also, attacking people as they go to worship, there is something particularly despicable about that. Cowards dreadful people who can commit an act like that. | Pick 50 Reply Share bobbymac1956 29 Apr 2019 3:05 UnrepentantPunk 1 Twitter Share on Facebook roeblingroad 18 19 100 Facebook Trump 72 says ”I’m so young I can’t believe it….I’m a young vibrant man”….. Ahead of possible presidential battle with Joe Biden.Obvious, shallow, transparent, schoolboy braggadocio. 29 Apr 2019 2:32 Share on Twitter 60 61 12 13 | Pick 321 322 29 Apr 2019 2:24 Share on Facebook 29 Apr 2019 2:27 Facebook Report Share on Facebook Because Trump has had a $billion global, property development company for many years and it is a given that his taxes are extremely complicated. Credits, write offs, minimizing taxes would be expected, but as long as the IRS are satisfied that’s it. However, if he were to release his taxes there would be a feeding frenzy by rapid democrats with an army of slimy tax lawyers looking for every “gotcha” they can find. Anyone in Trump’s position would be an absolute fool to release their taxes. Ooooh, his company probably even has built hotels in….. Russia !! if you can believe that. newest Perfect, simply perfect! 29 Apr 2019 2:22 243 244 Share Share on Twitter Facebook | Pick Reply Facebook | Pick | Pick He is, and always will be a charlatan. Report Twitter Twitter Facebook Report Share on Twitter barney10 Share Facebook Report Share on Twitter Share on Facebook | Pick Report Truth in America 2019! Disgusting! Reply | Pick 29 Apr 2019 2:51 And the far right bang on about what a great country this is, whereas our ethics appear to say that provided it brings in the money it’s just fine darling. Yuck! How do they look into their own eyes every morning and not vomit? Reply Report Twitter Share on Twitter Share on Twitter Facebook I wonder if his far right henchmen will physically attack journalists here too 29 Apr 2019 2:13 Share on Twitter Trump is a nasty piece of shit. Yet he’s coming on a state visit and will dine with the Queen.We also have a sycophantic relationship with Saudi Arabia where men and women are publicly beheaded in car parks.Makes me want to vomit. Radleyman 108 109 | Pick Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Report Facebook itz4kixAKA Shares183183 Report Share AJVC1991 Show 5 more replies This comment was removed by a moderator because it didn’t abide by our community standards. Replies may also be deleted. For more detail see our FAQs. Reply Report The same principle applies to Mail readers who applauded when the newspaper churned out anti-Muslim propaganda, daily, for more than a decade, yet were “heartbroken” and failed to understand where this hatred came from post-Christchurch. If you take propaganda cues from 1930s methods, this is where it leads. If you’re too dim to recognise this you’re contributing to the problem. Share Sun 28 Apr 2019 13.58 EDT 44 45 Share on Twitter 29 Apr 2019 2:30 Share Share on Facebook Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Twitter Twitter Share on Twitter Share on Twitter usedtolovelearning roeblingroad 29 Apr 2019 2:40 Why is Farage even in the US, so close to elections? Is he so confident that his hate-filled rhetoric is so popular with the unthinking British public that he barely needs to put in any effort? Reply Twitter Share on Facebook Share on Facebook Report Twitter Report Report Share on Twitter | Pick | Pick Our crawling to the Saudis is decades old, totally disgusting, and has been indulged in by governments of all flavours. It is an enduring stain on our ludicrous self image as a great democracy. Money. Never morality. Not even decency. Share Is that the Carl from Swindon thing? Apparently he said the age of consent should be 18, in the video in question, so that’s a bit of a non-starter, surely? HistoryHacker Reply Facebook Twitter Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Share on Facebook | Pick expanded 010101 Report Sorry there was an error. Please try again later. If the problem persists, please contact Userhelp Facebook or at least, a bunch of desperate right-wingers trying yet again to push the left=anti-semitism bollocks over on the rest of us. Reply Facebook charlatan. If there is nothing serious/incriminating about Trump in that Muller Report then why keep it’s content secret? Likewise if Trump’s tax returns are in order why not make them public? Reply | Pick | Pick 29 Apr 2019 2:22 SporadicWit | Pick 32 33 29 Apr 2019 2:09 29 Apr 2019 2:17 Share on Facebook Report Riedel Share on Twitter Facebook | Pick Share on Twitter Reply SporadicWit ee, that’s got it in one! bloody Trump and his “very fine people”… birds of a feather, innit. I read the Guardian and the Mail online.I find it’s the only way to balance out the narratives that they both have.Without doubt the Mail and its readership have expressed concerns about some aspects of Islam and acts carried out in its name,whereas the Guardian treats even the most moderate of criticism as intrisically racist and a form of heresy.I haven’t noticed any applause in the articles or comments in the Mail but I have been taken aback by the almost Stalinist vitriol aimed by Guardian commentaters at those who happen to read a publication that has the temerity to have different views to the accepted norms of this esteemed site. q321gg8cla Share 29 Apr 2019 2:28 Share on Facebook Share on Facebook itz4kixAKA Facebook HellHoundOnMyTrail Share on Facebook Facebook Pieonear …..”some mighty fine people”…….. 72 73 It the same sort of language that used to be used to justify apartheid in the 1980s (irt wasn’t racism, it was “separate development”). Why should we adopt it? Is White Supremacist not adequate? Comments 90 Share 29 Apr 2019 3:06 2 Trump truly is a monster! 29 Apr 2019 2:54 Trump truly is a monster! | Pick Took the words right out of my mouth Max, he’s illiterate. 29 Apr 2019 2:27 Trump is ignorant, dishonest, immoral, nasty, sexist and racist and he’s the President of the US. It’s completely fucked. Let’s invite her, instead. Reply | Pick Twitter UnrepentantPunk Share on Twitter He just seems to have gone along with whatever the other bloke was saying during it. What? It is everywhere and it’s very confusing, I mean why? I can’t understand why it’s even a thing… But the idea that it’s not there on the left as well is a non-starter, yes even in the US, just look at the controversy surrounding the women’s march organisers. 29 Apr 2019 2:41 Twitter Ben Jennings on Donald Trump and the San Diego synagogue shooting – cartoon,Illustration: Ben Jennings 29 Apr 2019 2:21 10 11 Facebook Report Reply Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Reply Order by oldest Share on Twitter Reply Share on Facebook 10 11 Share on Twitter TeawithLemon Share Share Share on Facebook Facebook Share on Twitter 10 11 AnglophileDe How compromised is Trump by affairs in the Middle East, how dangerous is he? Share MaxDev Twitter Share Guardian Opinion cartoon Twitter They want a nation of whites only …. What’s so hard to understand? Donald Trump Facebook 29 Apr 2019 2:46 Twitter Share Share on Twitter Report Strange, I would have thought a look at the New York Times and their antisemitic cartoon (that featured Trump looking somewhat jewish wearing a yarmulke) would be a focus. Then there are the progressives over there who have as much of a problem with antisemitism…. | Pick Twitter Share on Facebook 29 Apr 2019 2:44 29 Apr 2019 2:56 Share 29 Apr 2019 2:23 | Pick Share on Facebook Share on Twitter | Pick Facebook Facebook (a charlatan is: a person falsely claiming to have a special knowledge or skill). i’d say Trump is skilled… at further dividing an already dangerously divided US/world: at a time when the very opposite is needed to address issues such as, climate change & diminishing global resources. but hopefully congress’ll nail the stupid shite… This comment was removed by a moderator because it didn’t abide by our community standards. Replies may also be deleted. For more detail see our FAQs. Share Reply Share on Twitter Share ExuroPythonissam Reply q321gg8cla 29 Apr 2019 2:26 Reply Share on Facebook Share Reply Riedel 180 181 Show 14 more replies I fear for anyone brave enough , who in opposition to Trump turns up at one of his rallies , his supporters bad as their behaviour was at the last election will be so much worse , emboldened by his term as president . It is shameful that our “leader” has granted him another state visit . rottenboro Facebook | Pick Report Report Riedel Report kristinezkochanski Share on Facebook 29 Apr 2019 2:15 29 Apr 2019 3:03 Facebook | Pick Twitter collapsed Facebook Share on Twitter | Pick wheresmehat Last modified on Sun 28 Apr 2019 15.06 EDT Share on Facebook Share Twitter Share on Facebook | Pick Share on Facebook Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Twitter 4 5 Share on Twitter 29 Apr 2019 2:20 Loading comments… Trouble loading? Report Donald Trump ‘kept book of Adolf Hitler’s speeches in his bedside cabinet’ Donald Trump reportedly owned a copy of Adolf Hitler’s speeches and kept them in his bedside cabinet. A 1990 Vanity Fair article about billionaire businessman stated that Mr Trump’s then wife Ivana, said her husband owned a copy of “My New Order” – a printed collection of the Nazi leader’s speeches. Marie Brenner, the article’s author, wrote: “Ivana Trump told her lawyer Michael Kennedy that from time to time her husband reads a book of Hitler’s collected speeches, ‘My New Order’, which he keeps in a cabinet by his bed. The Third Reich included “some very fine people”? Reply HistoryHacker 514 515 Report Pieonear Reply He is a dodgy character brought to life by 24 hours news. | Pick | Pick 29 Apr 2019 2:32 162 163 Share Twitter Reply Share ExuroPythonissam 29 Apr 2019 2:33 Facebook 96 97 Twitter AntonymousBosch Share Share 3 4 59 60 AlanCain Reply Did you write that as a dare ? Twitter Topics Twitter Share on Twitter Twitter Report Twitter Facebook It must have been for show only, since he doesn’t read. 29 Apr 2019 2:47 | Pick Twitter Share Share on Twitter Strummered Very powerful. When will it end ? 🙂 74 75 | Pick Report Share 29 Apr 2019 2:46 | Pick The United Hates of America.What a shame. All Twitter Share on Facebook Twitter partoftheproblem Twitter Reply Share Brightonian Share on Twitter 58 59 partoftheproblem Partially true, but what about the people who made it possible to put him where he is ? | Pick | Pick Facebook 29 Apr 2019 2:29 Share on Facebook This comment was removed by a moderator because it didn’t abide by our community standards. Replies may also be deleted. For more detail see our FAQs. Share on Facebook 1 2 Share on Facebook Hey again, g2g. The last time our paths crossed, some idiot who dared question your thoughts was removed w/o trace, which’s why I asked you, ‘Did someone ‘new’ say something?’ thus leaving me looking like a moron talking shit but y’know, I have my reputation to keep up and all. 😉 | Pick Reason (optional) Twitter 64 65 Report View more commentslast_img read more