Jennifer Moseley Featured in The Beaufort Gazette on How Foreign Investors Seeking Green Cards Get SC Charter Schools Built

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In an article published on May 19, 2017 by The Beaufort Gazette, Jennifer Moseley provides insight to the handful of South Carolina charter schools who have moved into new school buildings but are poised to pay out millions in taxpayer dollars to middleman, developers and foreign investors who want green cards. The article details the concept of "selling citizenship" to foreign investors who provide capital for the schools through the EB-5 program. Moseley emphasizes that "it's a lure of permanent residency in the United States that is the main draw to the program, which can take from five to seven years with current processing times."

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