Are there any companies/organizations that can help me find smart places to invest my capital? How would I go about finding these investment options?
Yes there are companies that can provide due diligence on EB-5 projects. These companies should be vetted themselves before being engaged to assist in due diligence. Experienced EB-5 immigration counsel can be the first resource and often serves as one member of a team of professionals who can help you conduct due diligence of a project from all angles including legal and business.
Yes there are companies that conduct due diligence on behalf of investors. It is important that a competent EB-5 attorney is also consulted regarding the immigration risks that may be involved.
There are various entities that do that. USCIS publishes a list of approved regional centers on its website. Please do not hesitate to contact our office for more information.
Yes; there are companies that provide due diligence services to prospective EB-5 investors. It is wise to see the advice and input from such companies prior to making the decision to invest in a particular EB-5 regional center (or basic) investment project. You can find a securities attorney on EB5investors.com or by searching the web. Make sure you use one that is familiar with the EB-5 program.
There are credible groups that have a history of success. The goal is for the projects to be EB-5 compliant and MARKETABLE. Please feel free to contact our law office for assistance.
Yes there are lot of companies that will assist. Some charge a significant fee, please make sure you vet them properly before engaging any of them.
There are several organizations that do that: Which EB5 at whicheb5.com; Michael Gibson at EB5info.com; exclusivevisa.com.
Thank you for your inquiry. There are all sorts of companies claiming that they can find the best regional center to invest your capital in. The problem with most of them is that they are often incompetent and, most importantly, receive commission from the service center they recommend. There are, however, some respectable companies that would do a comparative business analysis of various regional centers for you. I am happy to talk to you about this in greater details.
You may review a list of approved regional centers on the USCIS.gov website. We suggest that you conduct your own research and analysis when deciding where to make your EB-5 investment. There are agents in a number of countries and some are more reputable than others. You should be careful when selecting an agent and be sure to work with a reputable one if you choose to go that route. Otherwise, you may work with a US Immigration Attorney directly once you have selected the regional center where you wish to invest.
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