Seattle Business magazine's "visas for bridges" story is picked up by The Economist



Wealthy foreigners who want to live in the United States have new visa options. For some time now, there's been the opportunity for foreign investors to get a visa in exchange for investing in businesses or commercial developments. Now there's an option to put money into public works projects. The story, was first reported by Seattle Business magazine in "Build a Bridge, Get a Green Card." We have the full story up here. The story has now been picked up by The Economist here.

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