Fredrick W VoigtmannImmigration Attorney
EB-5 typically works well in a mezz debt scenario, as well as other financing structures. There are no specific immigration requirements as to the number or types of agreements in any given EB-5 case, but all U.S. laws and regulations must be followed. In most cases, the "deal package" consists of all relevant and required agreements between the investor and the project, including any agreements to show that the EB-5 capital is at risk and how it is being used in the project. If, for example, a tri-party agreement is required by banking or other regulations, and it contains relevant information about the EB-5 capital not contained in any of the other agreements/documents, then it should be included in the supporting evidence of the investor's I-526 petition. If the information is duplicative or not probative as to any EB-5 requirement, then it need not be submitted.