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How can US corporations find EB-5 investors?

As a United States corporation, how do we find investors to invest in our company under the EB-5 status?

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    Reza Rahbaran

    Immigration Attorney
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    You will need to conduct marketing to migration agencies, attorneys and investment specialists that will be able to introduce you to foreign investors. For further information please contact Rahbaran & Associates.

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    BoBi Ahn

    Immigration Attorney
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    Answer: Marketing of your project is one way, and in order to better target your marketing you can look to Brokers in various countries (China, South Korea, etc) that specifically work as the middle man to help with the proper marketing of your projects for EB-5 Investors.

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    Clem Turner

    Securities Attorney
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    There are a numerous Migration Brokers in China (and other countries) who would be willing to assist you with sourcing investors for your project, provided they believe in your project and you can agree regarding terms. There are also U.S. based migration "consultants" that many companies believe it is a good idea to hire. They essentially work with you to fine tune your pitch for Migration Brokers - with respect to the positioning of your project, market terms and cultural issues as well as negotiating with the Brokers on your behalf. You typically only get one chance to convince a Migration Broker to take on your project and an unawareness of cultural issues can be a major obstacle.

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    Steven Anapoell

    Securities Attorney
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    Experienced EB-5 attorneys have relationships with offshore migration agents whom have clients looking to make EB-5 investments. These attorneys can introduce you to the migration agents.

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    Roberto Ortiz

    Immigration Attorney
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    I hope all is well. I would need more information as to what type of investment the foreign investors will be doing to determine if we need a stand alone EB-5 or a Regional Center needs to be created. Thank you.

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    Ed Beshara

    Immigration Attorney
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    There are a number of credible groups or " Brokers" who have a following of investors.You may ask your EB-5 Attorney for references.Also please make sure the EB-5 " Brokers" are in compliance with SEC regulations,especially regarding disclosure of finders fees.

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    Lei Jiang

    Immigration Attorney
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    You need to engage migration agents in certain foreign countries where potential investors exist.

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    Julia Roussinova

    Immigration Attorney
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    You would generally need to conduct marketing efforts in the same manner as you would when seeking regular investors. Helpful options might include establishing connections with licensed investment brokers, immigration attorneys, migration agents overseas in order to attract potential EB-5 investors. It is important that your business complies with applicable SEC regulations prior to engaging in soliciting investments and have a viable business plan that complies with applicable SEC/EB-5 regulations. Do not hesitate to contact our office should you have further questions.

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    Boyd Campbell

    Immigration Attorney
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    There are a number of consulting firms in the U.S. which will find EB-5 investors for you for a substantial fee, of course.

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    Philip H Teplen

    Immigration Attorney
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    There are many fairs and opportunities. If you like, I can look at or assist in designing your investment program.

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    Neville M Leslie

    Immigration Attorney
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    Marketing and marketing companies who specialize overseas.

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    Bernard P Wolfsdorf

    Immigration Attorney
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    Reach out to Chinese, Korean and other migration agents, US immigration lawyers.

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