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Due Diligence Process - INVESTMENT HIGHLIGHTS

Posted by Kurt Reuss on November 20, 2015

EB5 Diligence highlights twenty-three (23) deal terms in each due diligence report. Unfortunately, deal terms are what some people define as a due diligence checklist. As an example, earlier today I spoke with Reid Thomas (NES Financial) who’s currently in China and he told me that in speaking with local agents, he asked what they thought about due diligence. He said that from the agent’s point of view there seems to be three (3) major areas that due diligence covers.

I-526 Petition Requirements

Posted by Kurt Reuss on January 01, 2015

For an immigrant investor hoping to obtain his or her green card though the EB5 capital investment program, they must first choose an EB5 project and then make the required capital investment. That path to a green card and potentially to US citizenship, begins with the filing of Form I-526, the Immigration Petition for Alien Entrepreneur. The I-526 petition must be submitted with accompanying evidence in support of the USCIS EB5 program’s requirements. Upon receipt, the USCIS will evaluate and adjudicate the I-526 petition based upon the following:

Direct Investment or Regional Center Investment

Posted by Kurt Reuss on February 01, 2014

Each EB-5 visa applicant has two investment options, namely a direct investment or an investment through an EB-5 Regional Center.

Direct EB-5 investment means that the EB-5 visa applicant must find his own investment project and must take a direct managerial role in the project’s oversight. While the ultimate goal of an EB-5 investor is to obtain a green card, direct investment tends to be better suited for those who want more hands-on control of their investment and for those who want to earn a higher rate of return on their investment. 

EB5 Process - Step by Step

Posted by Kurt Reuss on January 01, 2014

In general, there are four steps in the EB5 process that an immigrant investor must complete in order to become a U.S. permanent resident through the USCIS EB 5 visa program (though we suggest you start by interviewing and retaining an experienced EB-5 immigration attorney).
Once these four steps have been completed, the EB5 investor, his or her spouse, and their unmarried children under the age of 21 will be eligible to become permanent residents of the United States.