To receive a conditional green card, investors must prove that they legally obtained all funds used for an EB-5 investment. Funds may come from legal business, salary, investments, property sales, inheritance, gifts, loans, or other lawful means.
No. There are no language requirements for investors or their family members. In order to read our offering documents and marketing materials, it may be necessary for investors to hire a professional translator. Please contact our office for more information.
No. While business experience and education may be beneficial, they are not required.
Additional fees include an administrative fee to the Regional Center, fees charged by immigration attorney, and fees charged by the USCIS.
We make the best effort to refund the full investment amount as quickly as possible. EB5 Capital maintains a refund policy. Please request a copy at the time of investment review.
No. USCIS forbids redemptions or guarantees for EB-5 investors. The investment must be “at risk”, as described in our offering memorandum.
The risks vary depending on the project. In general, EB-5 investor risks include:
- Fluctuations of economic conditions
- Risks inherent in the real estate market
- Statutory changes
- Risks associated with a private offering
Every investment “fund” is a new commercial enterprise, and the investor is a member. An affiliate of EB5 Capital serves as the General Partner and manages the everyday affairs of the limited partnership.