Who are the best EB-5 migration agents? - EB5Investors.com

Who are the best EB-5 migration agents?

We are a team of entrepreneurs who build United States projects with global scale from scratch and are currently building the New York Stock Exchange equivalent to the foreign exchange and interest rates marketplace.

We have the company, the teams, the ability to employ 30+ people in skilled trade, and a billion dollar ($1bn) exit strategy, and are looking to the EB-5 investment community as our experience has taught us that they are the best suited for technology projects.

Who would be the best migration agent to embrace in order to discuss our project?

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Philip H Teplen

Philip H Teplen

Immigration Attorneys
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I will be happy to review the merits and opportunities of your project in terms if EB-5 qualification.

Ed Beshara

Ed Beshara

Immigration Attorneys
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There are several Migration agents that are credible but one must retain an attorney with EB5 experience to advise on the best agent for a particular type of project.There may be a circumstance in which the EB5 project will be completely financed by a separate and distinct Entity.

Julia Roussinova

Julia Roussinova

Immigration Attorneys
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It is highly recommended that you discuss your project with a law firm with experience in EB-5 field and/or licensed investment brokers/dealers rather than a migration agent. In connection with migration agents, you should engage in your own due diligence in selection of a migration agent abroad.

Ron Klasko

Ron Klasko

Immigration Attorneys
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There is no ''best'' migration agent. Different agents are interested in different types of projects; geographically, industry, size, percentage of capital stack, etc. We generally try to find an appropriate agent once we know the details of the project.

Larry J Behar, Esq

Larry J Behar, Esq

Immigration Attorneys
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While migration agents are an important component of a vertically integrated project, the EB 5 attorney you select is just as important to orchestrate the various streams of expertise you will require, of which the migration agent is but one. It is best to interface with a firm which has deep experience and contacts in EB 5 as your project is sophisticated and will require a high level of expertise both in legal, business, international and government disciplines.

Shahzad Q Qadri

Shahzad Q Qadri

RC Creators
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Unfortunately we cannot recommend any one migration agents, this will require intensive due diligence to ensure that the agents are a fit for your project. Happy to discuss this further.

Steven Anapoell

Steven Anapoell

Securities Attorneys
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Migration Agents are offshore broker-dealers that help raise capital for the project (often referred to in the US as placement agents). Our experience is that technology plays are not best suited for EB-5 Capital - though some do work and are attractive. No one migration agent is advertising that it does technology deals. The migration agents typically select the project based on deal structure (eg., indirect vs direct deal structure) and amount of capital to be raised.

Neville M Leslie

Neville M Leslie

Immigration Attorneys
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I can''t opine. You have to do your own due diligence.

Jinhee Wilde

Jinhee Wilde

Immigration Attorneys
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For your purposes, I think it would be best to discuss your projects with accredited and licensed investment advisors/brokers rather than migration agents.

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