RYMERNGreenberg Traurig attorney, Nataliya Rymer, was recently cited in the Notice of Proposed Rulemaking (NPRM) seeking to amend the current EB-5 regulations, which was published in the Federal Register pursuant to the Administrative Procedure Act. Rymer’s article U.S. Department of State Announces EB-5 Visas for China Unavailable Until October 1, 2014, which appeared in the National Law Review on August 23, 2014 (and is also available on GT’s EB-5 Insights Blog), was cited in connection with the language in the NPRM which seeks to address priority date retention.  To learn more about retention for priority dates and for additional information please contact Nataliya Rymer.