The Mortgage Observer has an EB-5 article in it this month titled EB-5 Funding On Rise, Long Arm of Law Watchful. I was quoted in it being ever bullish about EB-5s, of course. In case you are too busy to read the article here’s the part where I say: “To say that you can’t do EB-5 because of what happened in Chicago is the same as saying that you can’t invest in blue chip because of what happened with Enron,” Julia Yong-hee Park, an immigration lawyer who focuses on EB-5 and has just launched Advantage America New York Regional Center, said. “In the long run, I think that is the best that could have happened to this industry, because it makes people aware of the importance of structuring it right.”