Immigration firm seems to thrive after Trump lawyer’s help

Immigration firm seems to thrive after Trump lawyer’s help

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Originally published by The Washington Post

Some companies regret turning to Donald Trump’s personal attorney Michael Cohen for help, but a Florida immigration firm appears to have gotten nearly everything it wanted.

When Nicholas Mastroianni II hooked up with Cohen last year, his business was threatened by a looming crackdown on a federal program offering foreigners visas if they invest in certain U.S. real estate projects. Cohen connected Mastroianni with a lobbying firm and, hundreds of thousands of dollars in payments later, Mastroianni appears to be in the clear.

Efforts to scale back the visa program collapsed, and Mastroianni’s company — U.S. Immigration Fund — looks set to pocket tens of millions of dollars in fees for a string of ongoing projects.

Mastroianni has raised $3 billion under the so-called EB-5 visa program since 2010.

Read more:https://www.washingtonpost.com/business/immigration-firm-seems-to-thrive-after-trump-lawyers-help/2018/06/11/163c6e76-6d35-11e8-b4d8-eaf78d4c544c_story.html?utm_term=.36fc4ad5ecf3

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