A business plan writer assists foreign investors seeking to live and work in the United States. A business plan writer is a service provider who creates business plans for the formation of an EB-5 Regional Center. Business plan writers play an integral role in the EB-5 team of service providers who assist in the creation of regional centers; other members of the team include an economist, an immigration attorney, a securities attorney and an escrow/bank agent. The business plan writer produces the business plan for the I-924 application for regional center designation. The business plan is essential to proving to United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) that the EB-5 project will fulfill the job creation requirements of the EB-5 Immigrant Investor Program.
The business plan is used as evidence in the preparation and filing of the I-526 petition and the I-924 application for Regional Center approval and designation. Both of these applications are critical to the formation of the regional center and to the approval of the EB-5 project.
Additionally, a business plan is needed for the approval of other types of business immigration visas, including the E-2 visa. Foreign entrepreneurs wishing to open a business in the United States, or a branch of an existing business, seek the services of a professional business plan writer.
A business plan needs to incorporate a range of required elements to satisfy USCIS's requirements, including a market analysis and five year pro forma projections. It is important that EB-5 business plan writers are familiar with EB-5 and USCIS requirements, and beneficial if business plan writers are part of a team that offers ancillary services needed to satisfy the requirements. If you are a project owner, someone wishing to participate in an EB-5 project and obtain an EB-5 visa, or someone seeking to obtain a business visa for immigration to the United States, you may contact a business plan writer in the EB5Investors.com network.