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Mayor de Blasio Selling Big Apple to Chinese Tycoons Print E-mail
by Tom McGregor    Tue, Apr 15, 2014, 07:40 PM

BEIJING:  Mayor de Blasio is telling Chinese tycoons and corrupt government officials, "If you like your food stamp skyscrapers in New York City, you can buy em." He's assigned the New York Immigration Department to launch a campaign in China to persuade wealthy Chinese to purchase big money real estate in the Big Apple

The Beijinger reports that, "It is challenging for foreign nationals to gain permanent residency in the United States. As a result, the United States government has developed a way for individuals and families to gain permanent status through an EB-5 immigrant investor program."

Here's how the scheme works: An American or European person living in China gets hired to deliver a two-hour speech to Chinese tycoons and government officials at New York City investment seminars held all over China. Mayor Bill de Blasio informs Chinese businespeople and government officials that if they invest $500,000 in NYC, they get special US Visa privileges.

According to the Beijinger, "The federal EB-5 Visa Program allows a person and his or her immediate family to obtain green cards by investing a minimum of $500,000 in an enterprise that creates at least 10 jobs for U.S. citizens. At the New York Immigration, we pride ourselves in offering an exciting and unique investment opportunity in one of the most valuable real-estate markets in the world – New York City."

The Beijinger even posted a job ad for Americans or Europeans older than 28-years-old with a professional appearance to apply for Mayor de Blasio's 'Visa Bribery' speaking circuit.

To learn more about the speaker's job posted in the Beijinger, link here:

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