Chinese investors accounted for 85.4% of EB-5 investment visas issued by the US in 2014, reports OPP Today (10 December 2015). In a bid to make the EB-5 Currently, the US government is reviewing reform proposals that could further benefit foreign investors, Chinese in particular. According to Juwai data, Chinese property buyer enquiries about the EB-5 scheme surged 400% in the first eight months of 2015. “ supports reform of the EB-5 to protect investors, to simplify and increase transparency and to better track and guide successes to the benefit of the nation,” says Juwai Co-Founder, Simon Henry. He further adds that the Chinese immigrant investors who Juwai work with are generally amenable and more partial to investing a higher minimum amount in exchange for the greater oversight and transparency in the proposed reform.